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  1. Free People Launches Eco-Friendly Activewear Collection

    Free People is excited to introduce three unique activewear styles made from ECONYL, a sustainable, innovative yarn developed in Italy. This new addition marks the brand’s newest step towards a more sustainable future

  2. That’s 'Sew' Smart! Scientists Invent Threads To Detect Gases When Woven Into Clothing

    Tufts University engineers have developed a novel fabrication method to create dyed threads that change color when they detect a variety of gases. The researchers demonstrated that the threads can be read visually, or even more precisely by use of a smartphone camera, to detect changes of color due to analytes as low as 50 parts per million

  3. A.T.E. Launches Automation Division For Textile Mills

    Textile mills continuously seek to automate their processes and upgrade their machine and process controls so as to produce with better quality and lower costs. In some cases, they accomplish their goals through the purchase of new equipment, or through machinery overhauls with new parts

  4. Kornit Digital Reinvents Industrial Polyester Printing With Breakthrough Innovation And Technology

    Kornit Digital Ltd. (NASDAQ: KRNT), a global market leader in digital textile printing innovation, today unveiled the game-changing Kornit NeoPoly Technology, which is the industry’s first digital, industrial process for high-quality printing on polyester

  5. Roland DG’s New TrueVIS™ VG2 Series Wins Prestigious 2019 ISA International Sign Expo Innovation Award

    Roland DGA Corporation, a leading provider of wide-format inkjet printers, 3D milling machines, and other state-of-the-art digital devices, announced today that its new TrueVIS™ VG2 series eco-solvent printer/cutters have won the 2019 ISA Sign Expo® Innovation Award in the “Printer” category

  6. INX To Showcase Direct To Object And Textile Printing Inks At InPrint USA

    With industry-wide interest in Direct to Object printing continuing to grow, INX International Ink Co. will direct attention to their integration capabilitiesand new ink products for textile printing at InPrint USA

  7. New Nonwovens Machines Extend Market Opportunities

    KARL MAYER is setting the standard in the nonwovens sector with its new RACOP-NW machine series. These high-speed raschel machines bond fibrous webs to form nonwovens using two or three guide bars, thus offering all the usual advantages of knitting technology over other processes

  8. China Interdye And China Textile Printing To Take Place In April In Shanghai

    The 19th China International Dye Industry, Pigments and Textile Chemicals Exhibition (China Interdye) and China International Digital Textile Printing, Printing and Dyeing Automatics Exhibition (China Textile Printing) are scheduled to take place from April 10th to 12th, 2019 at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center

  9. Latest X-Rite Color iMatch Release Accelerates Color Formulation For Coatings, Plastics And Textiles

    X-Rite Incorporated, a global leader in color science and technology, and Pantone LLC, announced a new release of Color iMatch formulation software that accelerates color development for the paint and coatings, plastics and textile industries through better initial matches and fewer corrections

  10. Roland DGA Introduces New TrueVIS VG2 Series Wide-Format Printer/Cutters With New TR2 Ink

    Roland DGA Corporation, a leading provider of wide-format inkjet printers and printer/cutters, has announced the launch of its next-generation TrueVIS™ VG2 series 54-inch and 64-inch wide-format eco-solvent inkjet printer/cutters