Plasma treatment in textile industry

Plasma treatment of textiles is considered as an eco technology, since it is used in functionalizing different materials in a dry state without/with minimum added chemicals in relatively short time Unlike conventional wet and chemical processing, plasma treatment does not require the use of solvents or water, and it is a non destructive technology overall. [...]

Wearable Textile System

Wearables, initially stated as “wearable computing” can be considered as “the study or practice of inventing, designing, building, or using miniature body borne computational and sensory devices. Wearable computers may be worn under, over, or in clothing, or may also be themselves clothes” (Steve Mann, 2012) Placed in between the digital and human world wearables have the potentialities [...]

Life cycle analysis

Life Cycle Assessment is a tool used in the Design for Environment methodology for new products. It also used for the environmental analysis of processes and services. It was originally proposed by the SETAC-Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry in 1990 and its use has been widely accepted within many sectors. It can assess the environmental impact [...]

Digital inkjet printing in textile industry

Digital inkjet printing technology offers new horizons to the advanced textile manufacturing sector, as it is a resource efficient technology that consumes just enough materials and chemicals, with minimum waste production after the process. The flexibility it provides to the fashion sector plays a great role in adapting to the fast changing trends of the [...]

3d printing on textiles: A novel process for functional and smart textiles

Functional and smart textiles are used for different purposes such as healthcare, interior textiles, automobile, protective clothing, communication and entertainment, and are represented by different products like medical shirts, carpets, car seats, firefighter suits and optical fiber displays. These are the common applications, but there also some applications like ergonomic clothing. There are some problem [...]


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DESTEX project (INDUSTRIAL AND CREATIVE DESIGN IN ADVANCED TEXTILE MANUFACTURING; project reference number 2019-1-SE01-KA203-060379) is co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.