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Published March 13, 2013
AMSilk has produced what it says is the world’s first competitive man-made spider silk fiber, called Biosteel, which is made entirely from recombinant silk proteins. Biosteel has mechanical properties similar to that of natural spider silk whe… Read More »
Published November 16, 2012
Kelheim Fibres has developed a new viscose fiber named Umberto. By tuning a multitude of parameters during the spinning process, Kelheim has created a fiber with varying letter-shaped cross section. First tests have shown the benefits of Umberto for… Read More »
Published August 20, 2012
Increase of $.03 per pound due to upward pressure on price of raw materials. Read More »
Published September 26, 2011
Carbon-neutral Lenzing Modal is extracted from beech wood. Read More »
Published April 12, 2011
Argentinean textile maker will target hygiene uses. Read More »
Published November 18, 2008
A fiber pad comprising a nonwoven fiber batt having a first surface and a second surface has been patented. The first surface has a generally flat shape and the second surface has a convoluted shape. The fiber pad has longitudinal, lateral and traver… Read More »
Published June 18, 2008
new fiber types give nonwovens makers more options Read More »
Published April 11, 2006
Patented is a heat-resistant synthetic fiber sheet comprising, as principal components, a plurality of staple fibers. Also included is a heat-resistant organic synthetic polymeric material and a binding member selected from the group consisting of he… Read More »
Harvesting The Benefits Of Natural Fibers
Published August 17, 2005
new uses and markets are constantly being established for these highly preferred fibers Read More »
Fiber Technology Slowly Evolved
Published June 1, 2005
rising costs are making material alternatives attractive Read More »