The materials that the future is made of
At home, at work, on the street, in the sky, on the water, even in space, technical textiles and nonwovens are swinging towards ever higher performances in amazing applications.
Italian machinery sector: A major player at Techtextil
The technical/innovative textile sector has developed at a very high pace in recent years. In 2010, global production of textiles for technical applications and nonwovens amounted to 37 billion euros, rising to 60 billion euros for 2018.
Stäubli tech for manufacturing advanced textiles
The list of potential applications of technical textiles seems almost endless. Engineers and research institutes regularly find new and more demanding areas in which the use of textiles can lead to technical progress, weight reduction, cost savings, or other benefits.
Karl Mayer’s warp-knitted textiles
Karl Mayer will showcase warp-knitted textiles having exceptional level of performance at Techtextil 2019. Textiles with excellent performance and lower manufacturing costs can be produced by combining possibilities of additive production with warp knitting technology. Examples include warp knits functionalised by 3D printing.
Eurolaser’s textile cutting tech
Eurolaser, a manufacturer of CO2 laser machines for cutting, engraving and marking, is set to present the latest technology in the field of textile cutting at the Texprocess fair in hall 4.0, stand D91.
Latest dyeing machines from Thies
Thies Textilmaschinen will be highlighting its latest range of machines for the treatment of technical textiles at Techtexil 2019.
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