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Sigmatex Introduces sigmaDesign at JEC World 2018

27 February 2018

Sigmatex Introduces sigmaDesign at JEC World 2018

Sigmatex will showcase its range of high-performance carbon fibre textiles at JEC World, and introduce its design capability to the market.

The sigmaDesign service provides custom weave patterns for cosmetic and performance based applications. Sigmatex's in-house design experts are able to create bespoke fabric designs, predominantly using carbon fibre combined with a wide choice of complimentary weft options. The sigmaDesign service takes a customer from initial discussion through to design concept and digital simulation, providing the opportunity to view and amend the design before finally being woven. This technology is already being adopted by high end automotive, sports and luxury consumer goods markets. sigmaDesign offers brands an opportunity to develop exclusive products, providing a unique look contrasting established composite woven products.

Visit Sigmatex in Hall 6, Stand G5 at JEC World 2018.


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