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Technical Textiles


Geometric Shapes using Gunold’s Sulky variegated viscose thread – Design by GS UK © Gunold

28/01/2019 – Gunold


Embroidery trends Summer 2020

The Collection Spring/Summer 2020 by Gunold will offer a lot of contrasts with very colourful, bright colours and natural and subtle tones. By  Iris Schlomski

© Bremer Baumwollbörse

23/01/2019 – Faserinstitut Bremen (FIBRE)

Faserinstitut Bremen (FIBRE)

Cotton in Carbon Fibre Reinforced Plastics

Fibre reinforced plastics are often used in lightweight construction due to their high specific strength and stiffness. However, their susceptibility ... By  Editorial staff

© Bremer Baumwollbörse

23/01/2019 – Interview


Question Time: Demand for CmiA Cotton Increases

As an initiative of the Aid by Trade Foundation, Cotton made in Africa (CmiA) has been committed to sustainable cotton production in Africa since 2005 ... By  Editorial staff

The two main shareholders: Andreas Kielholz and Peter vom Baur (from the left) © A. Stecken

23/01/2019 – Vom Baur and Jumbo-Textil

Vom Baur and Jumbo-Textil

Bundling the expertise

Since the beginning of this year, the vom Baur and Jumbo-Textil companies, specialists for technical narrow textiles, have been moving ahead together. ... By  Iris Schlomski

The competition “Texprocess Innovation Award” is now open for entries, which can be submitted until 18 February 2019! © Messe Frankfurt

23/01/2019 – Texprocess Innovation Award 2019

Texprocess Innovation Award 2019

Looking for new textile-processing ideas

The competition “Texprocess Innovation Award” is now open for entries, which can be submitted until 18 February 2019. By  Iris Schlomski

Printed electronics at Lopec © Messe München

22/01/2019 – Wearable Technologies

Wearable Technologies

Clothes become data carriers

How would it be if sensors in shirts could monitor health and performance, shoes could detect pressure points, or clothes could be used for paying and ... By  Iris Schlomski

Light as a new facet of fashion: eHauteCouture by Lunative © Lunative

14/01/2019 – Smart Textiles

Smart Textiles

Textile electrodes for smart monitoring

Textiles with intelligent extras are entering, not just in medicine. Occupational safety and clothing benefit such as construction, production and logistics. By  Iris Schlomski