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Knitting technologies & developments
Knitted fabrics, due to their properties like shape fitting, softer handle, bulkier nature and high extensibility at low tension, which are being extensively used for dress materials, are now gaining strong ground in the area of technical textiles, says Jeyaraman Anandha Kumar.
In the Spinning Tower of ITA
As part of the ITA Group, the “Technical Fibres” department is a leading research, education and qualification provider for fibre-based high-performance materials, textile semi-finished products and their manufacturing processes.
25 years of iNTERSPARE
The German manufacturer of iNTERSPARE textile finishing machines is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. The company was founded in Germany on March 4, 1994 by Carsten Kalek and Dirk Polchow, and over the past quarter of a century it has grown from a two-man startup to a medium-sized family business that operates worldwide.
Monforts’ new felt compactor range
The new Easy Compact range from Monforts has been specifically designed for the advanced compacting of open width knitted fabrics.
Scaled-up wearable smart textiles
Scaled-up process enables the production of knitted wearable textiles. A different approach has been adopted by researchers at the Institute for Frontier Materials at Geelong, Australia-based Deakin University to produce strain sensing smart textiles.
A few disadvantages so far, regarding wearable textiles are scalability for mass production, acceptable cost, durability and washability.
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