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7th IATF visitors attendance up 44%
The November 2017 edition of International Apparel and Textile Fair (IATF) proved to be grand success, making apparel and textile manufacturers from around the globe look forward to the highly anticipated 8th edition due to take place from April 24 to 26, 2018. The three-day event that took place from November 1 to 3, 2017 was inaugurated by HE Butti Al Ghandi, Board of Director of the Dubai World Trade Centre on November 1 at 11:30 am at Hall 6, Dubai World Trade Centre.
Smart textiles via 3D printing!
Israel-based Nano Dimension Technologies has conducted a successful test for 3D printing of conductive traces onto a treated fabric, in collaboration with an European producer of functional textile fabrics.
Fabrics & fashion: A timeline
We have come a long way from our grass and animal hide wearing ancestors to the jeans and thongs wearing youngsters of today. The driver for this change has been largely due to a socio-cultural phenomenon called ´fashion´. Even a thousand years ago, specific styles of attire differed from one culture to another.
"We always produce keeping the latest trends as priority"
Manufacturing International quality denim products since 1992, Spykar Jeans is soon launching many exciting things for its customers and potential customers in the market by providing them more comfort and evolving its services to a next level. Spykar has been proactive in participating in major events and college festivals.
MHE industry on upswing
Indian economy continues to grow multi- fold and so has the challenges that it beholds. As compared to the situation in the last decade, this industry has come a long way in improving the intra logistic practices and we witnessed the same in 2014.
The evolution of 3D printing technology
Three-Dimensional (3D) printing technology, earlier known as additive manufacturing, has been around for more than a decade. The key difference in the past few years is the evolution of the technology, reduction of production and material-related costs and the speed of 3D printing.
Next generation 3D printing
Lubbock, USA: Researchers at Texas Tech University, USA are effectively utilising nano and microwave technologies to enhance 3D printing. In a presentation made to a spellbound audience of about 300,
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