Technical Textiles

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The carbon fibre recycler developed the mats in response to customer requests. © Gen 2 Carbon

 
08/07/2022 – Nonwovens

Nonwovens

Ultra-lightweight 60 gsm nonwoven mat

Gen 2 Carbon, formerly ELG Carbon Fibre, introduces a supremely lightweight 60 gsm, recycled carbon fibre nonwoven fabric. By  Editorial staff
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Garments made from Evodown feel light and silky and are easy to maintain. © Thermore

 
23/06/2022 – Sustainable padding

Sustainable padding

Evodown: Half fibers, half insulation, fully recycled

This year, Thermore launches Evodown, made of 100% recycled fibers from PET bottles. It bridges the gap between free fibers and traditional padding, delivering ... By  Sibylle Michel
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The new C-TEC weaving machine can be seen at the Jäger Weaving Technology Centre in Münster, Germany. © Schlatter Industries

 
22/06/2022 – Techtextil: Schlatter Industries

Techtextil: Schlatter Industries

New Jäger weaving machine C-TEC for heavy technical fabrics

Schlatter Industries AG presents a new Jäger weaving loom C-TEC for the production of particularly heavy and dense technical fabrics at Techtextil. By  Sibylle Michel
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Eton’s automated technology has had a great impact on the productivity of thousands of garment production lines. © Eton

 
21/06/2022 – Techtextil / Texprocess: Members of TMAS

Techtextil / Texprocess: Members of TMAS

TMAS technologies showcased in Frankfurt

At Texprocess, Techtextil and Heimtextil members of the Swedish Textile Machinery Association showcase a range of solutions aligning with the growing trend ... By  Editorial staff
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20/06/2022 – Techtextil: Sandler

Techtextil: Sandler

“More than recycling”

“More than Sandler” is the motto at Techtextil 2022. The focus is on innovations and initiatives geared towards cooperating closely with partners to implement ... By  Sibylle Michel
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Magma warp tying machine for technical yarns © Stäubli

 
20/06/2022 – Techtextil: Stäubli

Techtextil: Stäubli

Machinery designed for producing technical textiles

Visitors to the Stäubli booth will see, for example, the Magma tying machine, which is ideal for processing technical yarns, including PP tape. By  Sibylle Michel
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Warp-knitted textile façade greening: Low maintenance greening is made possible through functional integration in the textile carrier layer and coordinated plant selection. © STFI

 
17/06/2022 – Techtextil: STFI

Techtextil: STFI

Sustainable, mobile and digital

The Saxon Textile Research Institute (STFI) will be presenting innovative highlights from research and develop-ment at Techtextil 2022. By  Sibylle Michel