Wilson College, Baldwin Technology partner to improve textile finishing

August 1st, 2022

Baldwin Technology Co.’s TexCoat G4 at Wilson College of Textiles. Photo: NC State The Zeis Textiles Extension (ZTE) at North Carolina State University’s Wilson College of Textiles has formed a working relationship with the Kansas-based Baldwin Technology Co. The college will use Baldwin’s TexCoat™ G4  precision spray technology for chemical applications in its dyeing and […]

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Dye textiles the natural way with the Onion Society

November 1st, 2019

Dyeing fabric the natural way with onion skins is a zero-waste process and cuts down on food waste by providing an alternative use for skins of the much beloved onion. Photos: Parsons School of Design. Onions are great on burgers, in spaghetti sauce and, of course, in French onion soup. But this vegetable possesses qualities […]

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Environment-friendly dyes

September 1st, 2015

Huntsman Textile Effects has introduced the eCool70™ concept to make it possible for mills to achieve a range of brilliant shades while using less water and energy, for lowered processing costs and enhanced productivity. AVITERA® Brilliant Yellow SE, NOVACRON® Brilliant Blue EC-B and Brilliant Turquoise EC-GN were developed to reproduce the vivid, fashion-forward colors of […]

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Water-based digital inks

September 1st, 2015

The J-Lux series of dye-sub inks is comprised of water-based digital inks for polyester fabrics and substrates, featuring superior light fastness for applications such as fashion and home decoration fabrics, sportswear and flags and banners that require high resistance to light combined with brilliant color and image definition. The new inks have been launched in […]

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