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21 February 2019

United Kingdom Tamicare company began mass produce clothes by using 3D printer

United Kingdom Tamicare company began mass produce clothes by using 3D printer

Recently, the United Kingdom company named Tamicare made Cosyflex 3D printing of textile technology and production systems-related patents, the company announced the formal operation of the first production line. Tamicare was founded in 2001, in 2005 and Cosyflex patents, it took nearly 10 years to keep improving their 3D dfgprinting fabric and production systems. In 2013, they introduce the 3D printed disposable underwear attracted the attention of 3D printing community as a whole, now signed with a leading sportswear brand a list of millions of dollars, appears to Tamicare the market potentials in the expansion plans. Worth noting is that Cosyflex the volume 3D print system is fully capable of textile production, according to the company, said their first line of clothing can ggroutput up to 3 million per year. In addition, waste materials and traditional manufacturing industry, step complex characteristics, Tamicare production systems can effectively eliminate material waste, makes the production process more environmentally friendly. Famous sports brands like Nike and Adidas are attracted by Pneumatic T-shirt Heat Press Machine,For these environmental reasons on the one hand, on the other hand it is because the technology is effective in removing unnecessary production steps. Tamicare Technical Director of Ehug Giloh explained: “the sneakers need hundreds of separate production processes of production, Cosyflex system only requires 3 steps. Is also true for many other complex design and production. Such enterprises can be done in one place the whole production process, and not, as in the past, needs to build a complex fffuglobal supply chain. “As far as 3D printing network in China to understand, in addition, the Cosyflex technology for intelligent clothing also has a huge impact,” it allows the sensor and route completed within a step with other parts in the same clothing “, rather than, as in the past the need for separate weaving conductive wires, and then attach them on the garments. In order to develop intelligent clothing, Tamicare I researchers cooperate with Tim Harper, Harper is a professional development of smart clothes and Graphene materials technology entrepreneurs. If the include of Graphene materials in textile fabrics, can not only make intelligent garments, also means more the tough super light materials, can be used to make shoes, and other personal protective equipment.