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Digital is wow! Industry experts talked about the potential of the Microfactory in a panel discussion.© Human Solutions © Human Solutions

Industry experts talked about the potential of the Microfactory in a panel discussion, while sweaters were knitted “live.” By  Editorial staff

In 2010, the sales figures of blue knitted sweaters with a V-neck worn by the national team’s manager went through the roof - Vidya simulation © Human Solutions

14/06/2018 – Soccer World Cup 2018

Soccer World Cup 2018

A lucky charm for the German national team

Will Yogi Löw set another fashion trend at the upcoming Soccer World Cup? By  Iris Schlomski

The CMS 530 HP by Stoll - will be part of the Microfactory Knit at the Fashion Forum in Munich. The result will be an individualized Jacquard sweater produced right there for everyone to see © Stoll

05/06/2018 – Microfactory Part 7

Microfactory Part 7

Microfactory – a solution for whom?

The Microfactory concept brings the buzzword “digitalization” to life... and with a result you can touch, for example Knit for you in Berlin by Adidas. By  Iris Schlomski

Christian Kaiser © DITF Denkendorf

09/05/2018 – Microfactory part 6

Microfactory part 6

‘We want to bring production know-how back to Germany’

What opportunities does the Microfactory offer? We spoke to the coordinator of the Microfactory 4 Fashion project, Christian Kaiser, DITF Denkendorf. By  Iris Schlomski

ltrasonic welding is a modern, future-oriented and economical alternative and a supplement to conventional sewing technology © Munich Fabric Start

10/04/2018 – Microfactory part 5

Microfactory part 5

The worksteps in the Microfactory – Step 4: Finishing

After design, printing and cutting in the Microfactory, the next step is to assemble the individual pieces into one garment. By  Iris Schlomski

The special feature of the Microfactory concept? All the work steps are realized on just a few square meters, so the customer can see it all happening live while his product is created. Here: individual designs were printed on transfer paper © Munich Fabric Start

20/02/2018 – Microfactory - part 3

Microfactory - part 3

The work steps in the Microfactory - Step 2: Printing

The customer has created his desired design – now it’s getting serious, because it’s time for production to start! By  Iris Schlomski