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Get a sneak-peek of ATSC ’17 show on June 14!

Apparel Textile Sourcing Canada (ATSC) – the only Canadian apparel and textile sourcing trade show – is all set to take place in Toronto from August 21-23, 2017, with the newest offering: A smart apparel and textile showcase, featuring various made-in-Canada technologies about to be introduced to the Canadian market. For the sneak-peek of this showcase, the show organizers have planned to conduct a private demonstration on 14th June 2017 at Executive Lounge in Toronto. During the […]

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Polartec launches ‘Power Fill’ fabric technology

US-based Polartec LLC, the premium provider of innovative textile solutions, has launched a new fabric technology ‘Polartec Power Fill’. With this addition, the company is eyeing to round out the range of temperature-regulating performance fabrics. Explaining about the technology, Polartec states that ‘Power Fill’ is a soft and pliable matrix of spun polyester yarns engineered with a proprietary hollow fibre construction. This construction makes yarns softer and more durable, forming thousands of air pockets that […]

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Kill Cliff incorporates DRYV technology in its compression sleeve

DRYV®, the patented textile technology designed for sweat management, has announced the fourth licensee of its technology – Atlanta-based Kill Cliff, a sports nutrition company which is expanding its brand into performance athletic apparel.  Kill Cliff has debuted with a compression sleeve powered by DRYV Technology to assist athletes in quickly wiping and absorbing perspiration on hands and face. “This technology is key for anyone who sweats, works hard and doesn’t give up. Our motto is ‘Kill […]

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Techtextil 2017: Kufner to display innovative textile solutions

The Kufner Group, a technical fabrics manufacturer from Germany, will offer innovative textile solutions on display at the upcoming textile trade show Techtextil 2017, to be held on 9th-12th May, in Frankfurt, Germany. The company will demonstrate its XShield technology that can protect against unauthorized access via RFID-data-theft. It has a variety of applications in different markets: from fashion and casual wear to home textiles, automotive, military, sports, health all the way to building and […]

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ITM 2018 to raise curtains on April 14

International Textile Machinery Exhibition (ITM) is all set to raise its curtain on April 14, 2018. The four-day long event being organized at by Tuyap Fairs and Exhibitions Organisation Inc. & Teknik Fairs Inc. is expected to notice huge footfall. The event will be held at Tuyap Fair Convention and Congress Centre, Istanbul, Turkey. More than 1,000 textile technology providers are expected to present their latest models at ITM, one of the most important meetings […]

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Snickers Workwear reveals first wearable tech trousers for craftsmen

Sweden-based Snickers Workwear, a major on-the-job clothing supplier in Europe, has started testing workplace wearable technology prototype ‘Tracker 1’ that monitors health and safety factors of professional craftsmen. David Clark, Managing Director of Hultafors Group (parent company of Snickers) says, “Our experience is that craftsmen usually are so focused on getting the job done that personal protection tends to be overlooked.” Also Read – Bureau Veritas partners with 7layers to launch smart wear testing solution […]

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GARMENTECH Bangladesh 2017 enthrals industry with latest technology

True to its billing as one of the best garment technology-related fairs in the subcontinent, the 16th GARMENTECH Bangladesh 2017 showcased cutting-edge technology at International Convention Centre Bashundhara, Dhaka, between January 18-21, concurrently with the 8th edition of GAP Expo-2017 and 8th edition of International Yarn & Fabric Sourcing Fair.“Productivity, safety, compliance, efficiency, value addition, product diversification, fabric sourcing and packaging solutions are the challenges the RMG sector is confronted with to exploit the opportunities […]

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Japanese firms develop advanced apparel to detect wearer’s drowsiness

Two Japanese firms, textile maker Toyobo Co. Ltd., and medical device manufacturer Union Tool, have developed a new set of undergarments made up of Toyobo’s “Cocomi” functional material. The product is claimed to be potential lifesaver for drowsy drivers and overheated construction workers as well as sports-persons. The undergarments, when worn, can collect and transfer biological data to smartphones and other devices, triggering an alarm if the information indicates danger. The system combines an under-shirt […]

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Omius unveils next-gen ‘robo-jacket’

US start-up Omius has used state-of-the-art robotics and artificial intelligence into garments to create a next generation jacket that automatically changes its thermal protection to the wearer’s fluctuating body temperature during changeable weather or varied physical activity. It has already carried out extensive testing of the jacket with the help of cyclists, runners, skiers and other athletes. Synchronizing with the wearer’s body, the nature-inspired jacket features a ventilation system based on plants using microscopic holes […]

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India ITME 2016: Industry across India is geared up for expansion and upgradation

Advanced technology has always motivated entrepreneurs to expand, upgrade or even diversify within their parent business. Over the time, as the market becomes fiercely competitive, technology has also become a tool for survival. The recently concluded India ITME 2016 fair (the 10th India International Textile Machinery Exhibition) in Mumbai, organized by India ITME Society, is undoubtedly India’s biggest textile technology event that witnessed visitation from lakhs of industry-informed people from all corners of India, and […]

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Open Hybrid LabFactory installs new multi-axial knitting machine

Taking technology to a new level, Open Hybrid Lab Factory has installed modified multi-axial warp knitting machine powered by a leading German textile machinery giant – Karl Mayer, which is further developing this machine to enable fibre-reinforced constructions to suit the direction of force to be mass-produced. Open Hybrid Lab Factory, the lightweight construction campus, was officially opened in   Wolfs burg on September 22, 2016 and is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education […]

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Sensoria unveils new smart socks – Sensoria Sock 2.0

Sensoria, a world leader in truly wearable smart garment technology, has announced the launch of its new smart sock, Sensoria Sock 2.0., debuting at 2017 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, USA. Powered by Sensoria Core technology, the smart socks are made of antibacterial, anti-blistering and sweat wicking material and are two times lighter than company’s current smart socks. Its upgraded textile pressure sensors protect from sweat and water, making them more reliable and accurate […]

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Men’s Wearhouse deploys Fast React’s Visionng e-PLM

Men’s Wearhouse, a division of Tailored Brands Inc. and largest specialty retailer of men’s apparel and rental products in the US, has selected Fast React’s browser-based Visionng e-PLM, which will be implemented in a phased project to cover PLM, supply chain and MRP. The solution will provide the company with fast, global access to up to date, accurate information, and early warning of any potential issues allowing proactive action to drive improved business performance. It will also […]

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ITME 2016 witnessing huge visitation, industry geared up for expansion

The ongoing Textile Technology ‘Kumbh’ ITME 2016 (10th India International Textile Machinery Exhibition 2016) is in full swing with visitors from across India as well as from few overseas countries activity visiting the 6 days long event, which has 1050 exhibitors from 38 countries displaying the entire supply chain of the textile industry. Beautifully decorated booths and live demos of latest technology is compelling the visitors to spend more and more time at the exhibition. […]

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Korean researchers develop OLED technology for application on fabrics

A joint research team of Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), led by professor Choi Kyung-chul and Kolon Glotech – an automotive and life commodity company, announced that they’ve developed an OLED technology that can realize OLEDs on a textile substrate. OLEDs are self-luminous displays that emit light on their own, and are in spotlight as future flexible, foldable and wearable displays. The thinner boards are the more flexible displays based on the […]

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