From the fibers that create new fabrics to the inkjet printer that adds high-level graphics to your garments, fashion manufacturing is an art that is always improving and growing.
By: Intech Digital
On-demand zero dye, zero discharge pigment system with no MOQ and pollution.
This is the first dye-free, roll-to-roll, apparel-level inkjet printing process that is designed to replace reactive dyes for natural fibers with photographic precision while reducing water consumption and pollution by at least 99% compared to standard dyeing processes. The quality of digital printing is much higher and sharper with a faster speed to market fashion manufacturing. Roll-to-roll fabric printing is applicable for apparel, home textiles, and other textile markets.
By: Cotton Incorporated
Superior in-built, easy-care stretch cotton for consumers’ busy lifestyles.
The only natural fiber technology that allows the development of durable, mechanical stretch in 100% cotton woven fabrics, needing less care than fabrics with spandex. It provides an ultra-comfortable stretch combined with the natural softness and anti-static behavior of cotton without using any elastomeric yarns such as spandex for easy recyclability. Unlike traditional stretch fabrics, this material will not lose its elasticity, even after tumble-drying or ironing. Applications are for garments where stretch, comfort, and breathability are desired, such as jeans, shirts, and pants.
ISKO FUTURE FACE
By: ISKO Division
Performance-driven denim fabric with a patented knit look
The fabric is created with the first woven fabric technology to look exactly like a knit. The resulting lightweight fabric has a denim appearance with the comfort of a sweatpant. This soft to the touch fabric also has enhanced shape retention properties as it helps to shape the body in a flattering way. A wide variety of wash options are available from dark indigo blue to distressed. Applications are for apparel.