The Textile Research Institute Thuringia Vogtland e. V. (TITV Greiz) was founded in 1992. In its early days its work was focused on the research and development for the textile and clothing industry. The TITV Greiz is located in the Thuringian-Saxonian region which has a long tradition in the production of woven fabrics, curtains, lace and clothing. Continue reading The Textile Research Institute Thuringia Vogtland e. V. (TITV Greiz)
It is not only in the electric cars of tomorrow that the interiors are set to become feel-good zones with a host of different innovative features. Designers now have, at their disposal, new kinds of textiles and fibre-based lightweight composites that emit light and heat, conduct electricity and even have sensory capabilities. These developments – some of them still ‘hot from the laboratory’ – are meeting with interest from manufacturers of cars, lorries and buses alike. Often still in the research phase and, hence, hardly beyond the prototype stage, never mind in regular production and available for the mass market, they recommend themselves for applications in air, rail and sea travel because of their fantastically useful properties. Continue reading Futuristic Car Interiors : Lighter, Brighter, More Functional
Wallbarn pro-grass biotextile is an ingenious new way to promote growth of grass and other plants on landscaping or roof gardens. Continue reading Wallbarn Pro-Grass Biotextile
The first three states of matter are solid, liquid, and gas, and matter transitions from one state to the next by the addition of energy (often in the form of heat). For example, “solid” water is ice and melts into water with the addition of heat (energy). Water is evaporated into a gas with the addition of more heat. Plasma occurs after the gas state, with the addition of more energy. When molecules of the gas are given energy in excess of their ionization potential, electrons are able to escape the electron cloud. This results in a body of positively charged ions and negatively charged electrons. These charged species can be affected by electric and magnetic fields, resulting in the production of additional excited species. Continue reading What is a “Plasma”?
Color Root (Hubei) Scholarship is established by Color Root (Hubei) Technology Co., Ltd. China. Grantees of the scholarships will study in the postgraduate program (2-year program taught in English) of Dyeing and Finishing Engineering at Wuhan Textile University. 15 scholarships will be available for 2013. Continue reading Color Root (Hubei) Scholarship for 2-yr PG program at Wuhan Textile University, China
Colorant Limited – promoted by Mr. Subhash Bhargava, a highly experienced technocrat (B.Text. degree from prestigious TIT, Bhiwani) turned entrepreneur – is an ISO 14001:2004 & ISO 9001:2008 certified company based at Ahmedabad. Colorant – well-known for it’s Colron range of high efficiency reactive dyes – has become first Indian Company to offer it’s clients in India and overseas a range of Fluorine based Reactive dyes thanks to it’s collaboration with Color Root of China. Continue reading Colorant – Color Root : Made For Each Other
Colorant- Color Root participated in the recently concluded Interdye China -2013 – China International Dye Industry, Pigments and Textile Chemicals Exhibition – which was held at Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center [April 17 – 19, 2013].
This was COLORANT’s first joint presence with COLOR ROOT in this prestigious exhibition after the company entered into a landmark partnership MoU last year with the later for the marketing of Fluorine based Reactive dyes. Continue reading Colorant – Color Root at Interdye China – 2013
By Stephanie Lietz, Development Engineer, Secant Medical LLC
Because material selection intersects the physical, chemical and biological sciences, a multi-disciplinary team of engineers from each of these areas should be involved when evaluating device design and manufacturing options. Continue reading Biomedical Textiles in Implantable Medical Devices
Biofacture : Researchers Hope that – by 2050 – Textiles will be Made from Synthetic Biology
Discover how the latest textiles are dreamt up and can be made, bringing the worlds of art, design and science ever closer.
Carole Collet, Reader in Textile Futures, Deputy Director TFRC Research Centre, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, University of the Arts London, has been very active in conducting research into plant architecture, biological morphogenesis and synthetic biology. Continue reading Biofacture : Making Textiles from Synthetic Biology
With the development of a new series of Multibar Lace machines KARL MAYER sets again standards in terms of productivity and quality, both concerning the machine and the lace articles produced on these machines. Based on the successful concept of the EL machine generation and on the well-tried string bar system, KARL MAYER has developed the machine series consisting of the types ML 34, ML41 and ML 46 intended for the Multibar lace market. Continue reading Karl Mayer Multibar Raschel Machine for the Production of Patterned Elastic and Rigid Lace