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Fulgar unveils Space 3.0 yarn with mélange effects
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Italian producer of nylon and coated yarns, Fulgar has launched Space 3.0, a yarn with mélange effects for use in fashion wear and sportswear.

According to a Fulgar press release, Space 3.0 represents the highest level of excellence in melange, perfected in Fulgar's Italian laboratories and from its exclusive ‘All-in-One’ technology.

For the first time, this technology allows to weave together three threads, not just two, using a unique controlled and continuous one-step process.

Fulgar's new technology offers a uniform melange yarn with three threads on a black or white base and allows a customer to choose between infinite colour combinations, enhanced during the dyeing stage.

“This is an unprecedented level of precision and definition for a mélange yarn, which gives the fabric a visual effect similar to that of printed fabric but with the performance offered by yarn,” Fulgar added.

“Space 3.0 guarantees colour strength and gives the fabric levels of comfort and wearability never achieved before, which are essential properties for all target sectors,” the yarn producer informed.

“Melange-effect Space 3.0 is the perfect partner for the creation of sportswear and fashion wear and can be used additionally to produce circular knitwear, hosiery and seamless clothing,” it further added.

“Entirely designed and developed in Italy by our extensive internal R&D department, this new technology demonstrates how Fulgar embodies the idea of evolving tradition,” it observed. (AR)

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