Technical Textiles

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Mouth and nose protection, disposable protective gowns and gloves are currently among the most important articles in the corona crisis. Mahlo has been supporting manufacturers in the reliable production of high-quality nonwoven articles for decades. © Mahlo

 
20/05/2020 – Infrared technology

Infrared technology

Corona: Systems for process control and quality measurement by Mahlo

Non-nuclear measurement for spunlaced nonwovens By  Iris Schlomski
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Marion Röttges, Co-CEO Apparel & Communication at Remei, about corporate responsibility, the importance of collaboration for meaningful value chains and the repercussions of the coronavirus pandemic. © Remei AG

 
15/05/2020 – From sowing the seeds to the finished textile

From sowing the seeds to the finished textile

Remei AG: The only way is together

Remei offers a fully sustainable supply chain for organic cotton. An interview with Marion Röttges, Co-CEO about the coronavirus pandemic. By  Editorial staff
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The international associations BCI, CICCA, ICAC and ITMF encourage that all those engaged in the cotton and textile value chains jointly and collaboratively to commit. © watcharin/adobe.stock.com

 
The International Textile Manufacturers’ Federation (ITMF) and other associations advocate fair and equitable trade practices in the supply chain. By  Iris Schlomski
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Mosaic – Award Winners: As a result of this unique approach to worldwide technology implementation, the members of the collaboration were awarded the “JEC Composites Magazine Special Prize” on 13 May online for the first time due to recent global health crises, recognising the true potential for AM within the glass fibre industries. © JEC Group

 
15/05/2020 – Glasfibres: additive manufacturing of bushings

Glasfibres: additive manufacturing of bushings

Cooksongold (AM) announces revolution in glass fiber industry

Cooksongold and Sempsa JP are working to innovate glass fibre production by 3D printing the tip plates of bushings made from precious metal. By  Iris Schlomski
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Body in Fully Fashion technique. Core-spun Lycra with different stretch properties are placed in those body zones where either support or compression is needed. © Stoll

 
15/05/2020 – Innovation and Inspiration for Knitting

Innovation and Inspiration for Knitting

Stoll: faster from concept to shop

Jörg Hartmann, Head of Fashion and Technology Stoll, and his team developed a new collection with many ideas to copy or as inspiration. By  Editorial staff
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L’Arc de Triomphe empaqué – Christo’s last project: Some of the 40 lengths have an area of up to 625 square metres and are more than 50 metres long. © Pia Woicke

 
13/05/2020 – Wrapping project in textiles

Wrapping project in textiles

Christo’s last project

Partly because of the coronavirus pandemic, Christo’s undertaking will not be realised until 2021. By  Hans-Werner Oertel
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The acquisition of Low & Bonar which was founded in 1903 and headquarters in London means Freudenberg Performance Materials now has 35 production facilities in Asia, Europe and North America (previously 24) and employees some 5,500 employees (previously some 4,000). © Freudenberg Performance Materials

 
13/05/2020 – The merger was authorized on April 17

The merger was authorized on April 17

Low & Bonar PLC is now part of the Freudenberg Group

Freudenberg Performance Materials expands technological competency and can further expand on its broad product range. By  Iris Schlomski