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Wearables

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In the project, entitled “textile-circuit” by Karl Mayer multibar raschel machines are used with and without a jacquard facility to incorporate conductive yarns directly into the textile during manufacture. Fig.: E-warp-knitted textile © Karl Mayer

 
The electrical conductivity of warp-knitted textiles is the subject of extensive development work at Karl Mayer. By  Iris Schlomski
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© Wear It Berlin

 
11/02/2019 – Wear It Innovation Summit

Wear It Innovation Summit

Innovation in wearable products and smart textiles

Wear It Innovation Summit, one of Europe’s most revolutionary wearable & tech event for cross-industry innovation, is taking place in Berlin for the 6th ... By  Iris Schlomski
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In order to use printed electronics in the textile and fashion industry, electronic components have to be stable so that they can withstand moisture and perspiration, mechanical stress, constant stretching while being worn and numerous washing machine cycles without damage. © Messe München / Lopec

 
05/02/2019 – Lopec Munich

Lopec Munich

Multifunctional thanks to printed electronics

Smart clothing: Visitors of Lopec 2019 will experience what is already possible today and how e-textiles are going to enrich our everyday lives in the ... By  Iris Schlomski
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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
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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
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The first PromoTex Expo will be held from 8 to 10 January 2019 in Düsseldorf © Reed Exhibitions Deutschland GmbH

 
01/10/2018 – PromoTex Expo 2019

PromoTex Expo 2019

Smart Textile Professionals come to Düsseldorf

Sweatshirts that glow in the dark, pillows that play music and singlets that monitor body parameters. By  Iris Schlomski
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The Graphene Dress: light, transparent and strong © Cutecircuit

 
09/07/2018 – Cutecircuit

Cutecircuit

Illuminating, sparkling and communicative

Smart wearables are a highly promising sector of the textile industry. CuteCircuit is one of the first suppliers of electrically networked clothing. By  Editorial staff