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Carbon concrete. Zimmermann developed exceptional solutions for carbon covered yarns used both in lightweight construction and for industrial purposes. © W. Zimmermann

 
It is considered the building material of the future: carbon concrete. In 2016, its research was honoured with the “Deutscher Zukunftspreis” (German Future ... By  Iris Schlomski
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Biodegradation of textiles The start, the third excavation after seven weeks and the last digging after 14 weeks in an earth burial test in which the degradability of the materials is assessed. The textiles are put on a grid and placed in the burial position. The left side of the t-shirt is 100% polyester and the right side is 100% cotton. The jeans are 99% cotton and 1% elastane. They are buried in microbiologically standardised earth (Photo: Hohenstein Institute)

 
Exhibits on the subject of the biodegradation of textiles will be one of the key focuses of the presentation. By  Iris Schlomski
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A further highlight: the cradle feeder, perfect solution for unwinding/rewinding stretchy fabrics completely without tension (Photo: Zünd Systemtechnik)

 
28/04/2017 – Messe Frankfurt

Messe Frankfurt

Texprocess 2017 – Zünd Systemtechnik: Digitizing is main focus

Zünd demonstrates how manufacturers involved in textile processing can integrate a high-performance Zünd digital cutter and create a seamless end-to-end ... By  Iris Schlomski
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Gertsch Consulting & Mode Vision, will be presenting some interesting innovations for its platform “Pod – Pattern on Demand“ at Texprocess 2017 (Photo: Gertsch Consulting)

 
Gertsch Consulting & Mode Vision, will be presenting some interesting innovations for its platform “Pod – Pattern on Demand“ at Texprocess 2017. By  Iris Schlomski