Over the last two decades, with the great advancement of computer technology, academic research in artificial intelligence (AI) and its applications in fashion and textile supply chain has been becoming a very hot topic and has received greater attention from both academics and industrialists.
Engineers of American Purdue University have developed a method, which can transform the existing clothes into attrition resistant clothes without using battery. The pliable and tough silk coils sewn on the textile can supply wireless powering to these intelligent clothes.
Browzwear, a pioneer of 3D digital solutions for the fashion industry, and Cotton Incorporated, a not-for-profit company providing the resources and research needed to help companies develop and market superior, innovative, and profitable cotton products, are joining forces ahead of Earth Day to create an eco-conscious digital fabric collection.
Modern draw frame machines offer a fantastic range of settings that can be adjusted to meet each spinners’ unique needs. But adjusting the break draft has still been difficult, unpredictable and very slow.
The vision that lies behind ECOSENSOR™ is bold and ambitious: to keep nature, body and mind in perfect harmony. This ideal concept turns real in a versatile collection of eco – high-tech fabrics that embody new generation values of design, innovation and responsibility.
Xaar, the leading inkjet printing technology group, has launched its latest printhead – the Xaar Nitrox – that provides users with greater print speeds and uniformity to deliver unparalleled performance across a wide variety of print applications.