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Cerapur in all shapes and colours: Customers and their requirements determine look and feel of this composite with 3D hard ceramic coating © Textildruckerei Mayer

 
20/11/2018 – Textile printing - part 6: Textildruckerei Mayer

Textile printing - part 6: Textildruckerei Mayer

The textile printer that became a system supplier

The Heinrich Mayer GmbH textile printing plant offers a range of products that the company’s name does not make immediately apparent. By  Editorial staff
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Schoeller Celebrates 150 Years of Textile History and Successful Research in Performance Textiles. © Schoeller Textil AG

 
This year Swiss company Schoeller Textil AG, is celebrating 150 years of tradition and future opportunities. By  Iris Schlomski
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Product example composition of textile technology solutions © Jumbo-Textil

 
16/11/2018 – Jumbo-Textil

Jumbo-Textil

Intelligent and individual

Whether strips, braids, cords, nets – products from Jumbo-Textil turn up and support us all over the world! By  Iris Schlomski
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The Toyota Corolla with Dual Hybrid - Electric technology presented in Paris chooses gray colour Alcantara © Alcantara

 
23/10/2018 – Alcantara

Alcantara

Alcantara as common denominator of Hybrids

Alcantara has been chosen by the Builders who presented their hybrid models in Paris. The material offers undoubted technical and aesthetic advantages. By  Iris Schlomski
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Lenzing invests EUR 26 million on new Web Technology for sustainable nonwoven products © Lenzing

 
22/10/2018 – Lenzing Group

Lenzing Group

Sustainability in the Nonwoven Industry

New technology platform starts with botanic wood pulp and creates a nonwoven fabric made with 100% continuous Lyocell filament. By  Iris Schlomski
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19/10/2018 – 75th years Manteco

75th years Manteco

An anniversary year with art

2018 has been a year rich in events at Manteco to celebrate its 75th anniversary    By  Iris Schlomski
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Trevira and imat-uve are the first companies to develop such a sophisticated application of the knitting process for use in vehicles © Trevira

 
18/09/2018 – Trevira and imat-uve

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3D flat knitting technology for automotive interiors

Trevira and imat-uve introduce new 3D flat knitting technology for automotive interiors By  Iris Schlomski