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FEATURED ARTICLES

Innovation at ORSMTRENDS Take a look at some of the great innovations from the 2019 Outdoor Retailer Snow Show Jan 30 - Feb 1 in Denver featured in the FabricLink Network's Innovation Watch. Read More.


2018 SurveyeTextilesCommunications - Leaders in the Textile & Apparel Industry supply chain look back at 2017 and share generally optimistic expectations for 2018.

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BiosyntheticsTextile Exchange - Launches new micro site (aboutbiosynthetics.org) to demystify biosynthetics. In the future our clothes could be made from sugars, biomass and plant oils.

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BiosyntheticsTHE CUTTING EDGE - Innovative Fabric Developments for a New Outdoor Consumer- Driven by the 80 million Millennial consumers, along with the younger Gen-Z generation, born in the mid-90s and expected to reach 84.7 million by 2020, today's primary shopper groups have a See now—wear now buying attitude.

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BiosyntheticsWhat's New in Comfort Activewear? A Lot! - Comfort remains one of the most important qualities for today's consumers. Feeling comfortable can also make the wearer feel more confident and lead to better performance.

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NEWS & VIEWS
Researchers 3D print electronic fibers onto textiles? To make comfortable, wearable electronics, a group of researchers in China has developed a 3D printer that deposits electronic flexible fibers onto transitional textiles or clothes. Read more…

SCHOELLER'S NANOSPHERE PLUS PROTECTS AGAINST GREASY STAINS The special effect of this new development is its protection against fingerprints and greasy stains. Even after being absorbed by the fabric, stains are quickly and easily wiped away without washing. Read more…

Smart foam takes aim at concussions by measuring helmet impact When compressed, the self-powered foam generates electrical signals that are transmitted wirelessly to a tablet or computer in the hands of a coach or trainer. Read more…

ITA DESIGNS ROAD SURFACE OF TEXTILE-REINFORCED PLASTIC InnoPave was able to deliver excellent measurement results in extensive laboratory tests, which indicate a service life of more than 80 years. Read more…

TORAY UNVEILS LATEST DISPOSABLE PROTECTIVE WEAR LIVMOA CL Toray Industries has developed a sterilised type of clothing for use in cleanrooms called Livmoa CL, the latest iteration of its Livmoa series of disposable protective wear. Read more…

ADVANSA DEVELOPS NEW MICROFIBRE FOR NONWOVENS INDUSTRY With a diameter of only 8 ?m, the new fibre known as AdvaStaple, is very soft, and suitable especially for hygiene products, medical textiles and filtration. Read more…

NEWS RELEASES
Teijin to Participate in Outdoor Retailer Snow Show 2019 (6/13/19)

HeiQ launches HeiQ Eco Dry for Footwear (6/12/19)

Tuong Long to convert 100% of its production to ground-breaking aniline-free* indigo solution by Archroma (06/12/19)

Unifi Announces New REPREVE® Our Ocean™ Product Offering (6/12/19)

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