The Endeavour process delivers dramatic reductions in wastewater (greater than 95 per cent) and energy consumption (greater than 85 per cent) and enables cost reduction of around 50 per cent in the colouration of textiles.
Endeavour is a digital process, which means that the dyeing process can be directly connected with the digital supply chain – even the consumer demand signal such as an e-commerce buy 'click' – to enable economic on-demand manufacturing of short runs. This capability dramatically reduces the turnaround time for prototyping new products in development and enables more agile supply chains that carry less inventory and reduce oversupply to enable more sustainable 'fast fashion' supply chains.
Due to the digital nature of the technology, Endeavour is not limited to solid colours and shades, the system can be used to deliver unique patterns, two-tone effects, metallics and sided dyeing.
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