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Advanced Textiles conference to have eminent speakers
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Feb '09
Europe and the US are the main research and development centers, manufacturing sites and viable end-markets for technical textiles.

All the main stakeholders will gather at the Advanced Textiles conference in Brussels. Meet your customers, new suppliers and establish business connections from both sides of the Atlantic ocean. Register today to be a part of this valuable face to face educational event.

Speaker Highlight: Megan Duckett
On "Wide format digital fabric printing for the entertainment industry"-

No matter where you look, you will likely see digitally printed fabrics, digital printed theatrical backdrops and wide-format digital billboards. That's because any graphics created for printing on paper can be printed on fabric. With a variety of substrates to choose from, digital printing enables you to magnify photo quality images into stunning theatrical and scenic digital backdrops.

Australian-born Megan Duckett, founder and President of Sew What? Inc., presents innovative applications of technology for theatrical drapes and fabrics. Her innovative applications of technology have garnered numerous awards. She will share her exciting designs and the new benefits of digital fabrics.

Speaker Highlight: David Lussy
On "Nanotechnology sensors in transport systems"

Nanotechnologies are big business and on demand worldwide. New, innovative technologies now on the market are used as sensors, switches and controls in a wide variety of products including clothing, upholstery, toys, touch-pads and musical instruments.

Mr. Lussy will unveil developments with nano-tech, electro-active composites manufactured with textiles to make them sensitive to touch, pressure and other stimuli.

Industrial Fabrics Association International

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