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World's first piezoelectric fabrics for wearable devices!
The fabrics comprise a piezoelectric poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA) and carbon fibre electrode.
Cu Kansai University and Teijin announced that Professor Yoshiro Tajitsu, Faculty of Engineering Science, Kansai University, and Teijin have developed the world´s first polylactic acid (PLA) fibre-and carbon-fibre-based piezoelectric fabrics.
Taiwan pavilion at Technotex 2015
The Bureau of Foreign Trade (BOFT) Taiwan Textile Federation (TTF) are forming the Taiwan Pavilion for the third time at Technotex 2015, which will be held in Mumbai from April 09-11, 2015.
Maini Materials´ drive towards sustainability
Sustainability has now become just as important as any other field of business. Airports can no longer keep sustainability off their main agenda and need to adapt to real time sustainable measures.
Teijin Aramid´s carbon nanotube fibres awarded
The researchers of Teijin Aramid, based in the Netherlands, and Rice University in the USA, are awarded with the honourary ´Paul Schlack Man-Made Fibres Prize´ for corporate-academic partnerships in fibre research. Their new super fibres are now driving innovation in aerospace,
ACIMIT "Sustainable Technologies" project
In an effort to promote growth, the textile industry is looking towards new production models and efficient processes from an energy standpoint, with a reduced environmental impact. Italian textile machinery sector is working to provide technology
Suessen exhibits at Indo Intertex 2014 and Saigontex 2014
Together with its partners and local agents, Suessen exhibited an array of products at Intertex 2014 and Saigontex 2014 exhibitions. Suessen exhibited together with its partners BrScker/Switzerland, Graf/Switzerland
Light-activated Smart Curtains
Battery less smart curtain is the latest development in smart and intelligent textiles. The new development is led by Associate Professor Ali Javey of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at the University of California,
SIGRAFIL C SBY: high-performance yarn for knitting
SGL Group, the Carbon Company based in Germany, has started production of stretch-broken carbon fibre yarn at its facility in Muir of Ord, Scotland. An official ceremony inaugurating the new production took place recently.
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