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Maglificio moving forward boundaries of nylon 6.6
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Feb '16
Maglificio Ripa is launching the Nanofibre project in collaboration with Fulgar, focusing on the creation of highly technological fabrics.

“These fabrics will be able to move forward the boundaries of nylon 6.6 used for underwear, beachwear, sportswear and clothing,” a press release stated.

“It will be about a unique and unprecedented proposal stemming from the demand for more and more performing fabrics featured by a soft and silky hand and guarantee the highest breathability,” the press release added.

“This miracle of textile engineering has been made possible by the cutting-edge nanofibre technology; 7µ-Ø filaments capable indeed of creating incredibly soft-handed fabrics featured by utmost lightness,” it informed.

“It is a project we rely very much for the purpose of finding and offering a kind of fabric which we could not even think of until recently,” Fabio Cescon, marketing manager at Maglificio Ripa Spa said.

“We decided to step into the direction of an evident luxury product able to combine a super-technological soul with really silky hand and appearance,” he too added.

“Additionally it guarantees high colour resistance to washing and excellent breathability,” Cescon observed.

Maglificio Ripa, established in 1952, manufactures textiles for different clothing applications like beachwear, underwear, sportswear and outerwear.

Oeko-Tex and ISO 9001-certified Maglificio Ripa's expertise of in-house designers and technicians allows Ripa to develop custom-made fabrics quickly. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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