The interlinings are available in weights from 40 to 90 g/m2 and have a wide range of applications. © Freudenberg

Freudenberg Performance Materials Apparel is expanding its range of superelastic interlinings. The company is the first supplier in the apparel market ... By  Susanne Böhm

Carbon fiber plant in the Center for Lightweight Textile Construction at STFI. © STFI e. V.

14/03/2023 – STFI at INDEX 23


STFI: Sustainable nonwovens developments

At the nonwovens fair INDEX 23, the Saxon Textile Research Institute e.V. (STFI) presents news from nonwovens research. By  Daniel Keienburg

A cutting fleece is recommended to avoid damaging the embroidery motif by tearing. © Gunold

10/03/2023 – Variety of embroidery stabilizers

Variety of embroidery stabilizers

The perfect stabilizer for each and every fabric

Embroidery stabilizers are a special feature within the nonwoven technology and serve the stability of the embroidery material during the embroidery process. ... By  Susanne Böhm

Mahlo has already successfully implemented many such applications and offers the user a tool with high measuring accuracy and easy handling. © Mahlo

07/03/2023 – Nonwoven production

Nonwoven production

Optimise processes – save costs with Mahlo

With the current challenges and global crises such as steadily rising energy and raw material prices, long delivery times and uncertain supplies the measurement ...

Nonwovens are used in many different ways. CHT provides support for the nonwovens industry with its “Duron“ fiber auxiliary range. © CHT

06/03/2023 – Nonwovens


CHT supports nonwoven industry

Nonwovens are ubiquitous in our daily life. We enjoy the benefits of those sophisticated, versatile textiles without actually noticing them.

Multi-purpose TWF-NC roller card enables reliable and efficient web forming for durable technical nonwovens. © Trützschler Nonwovens

16/02/2023 – Nonwovens


WPT Nonwovens shakes hands with Trützschler Nonwovens

The American company WPT Nonwovens invests in a new thermobonding line for filter media.

Newly developed print head for 3D-printing of continuous cellulose fiber reinforced components. © DITF

The DITF, together with Arburg GmbH+Co KG, are developing an energy- and material-efficient 3D printing process for manufacturing of lightweight bio-based ... By  Sibylle Michel