Innovation in Textiles: Nanotex Introduces Durable Wear Technology for Apparel

Nanotex, a Crypton company and leading fabric innovator providing nanotechnology-based textile innovation to the apparel, home and commercial/residential interiors markets,today introduced Nanotex Durable Wear technology for apparel.

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Nanotex and its Nanotex Durable Wear technology is being utilized in the new line of kids clothing called Cat & Jack launched in July at Target Nanotex is comprised of a family of 13 products, such as “Resists Spills”, “Releases Stains,” “Neutralizer” and “Coolest Comfort.”

The brand has more than 100 manufacturer partners worldwide, including not only in branded apparel and outdoor gear, but home textiles and contract and residential interiors markets as well. In addition to Target, Nanotex brand partners include the Gap, Banana Republic, Macy’s, JC Penney’s, Gymboree, Cotton Incorporated, Dickies, Cabela’s, L.L. Bean, Burton, UnderArmour, Ashworth, Nordstrom, Hanes, QVC and others.

Technavio releases top Four Emerging Trends in Apparel manufacturing Technology

Technavio Announces Top Four Emerging Trends Impacting the Global CAD Market in the Apparel manufacturing technology until 2020. Top four emerging trends driving the global CAD market in the apparel industry are

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1.Increasing shift to subscription model
In 2016, Autodesk will stop providing perpetual CAD licenses and focus more on subscriptions as they are expected to provide higher revenues for end-users.
2.Rising shift toward 4D models
CAD vendors are developing 4D CAD solutions that will enable increased operational performance. This improves the project execution strategy, leading to better execution and sequencing of construction schedules with granular level information.
3.Increasing adoption of synchronous technology
The synchronous technology provides proper control and immediate feedback of the model designed, thereby making the work easier for suppliers, engineers, and designers.
4.Rising use of 3D printer in CAD
The global 3D printer market was valued at USD 1.19 billion in 2014 and will reach USD 6.95 billion by 2019, growing at a CAGR of over 42%. 3D printers find an increased adoption across the manufacturing industry.