Nanotechnology’s new potential in apparel machinery
By just-style.com | 8 September 2006
The use of nanotechnology in the textile industry is not entirely new; in fact, the market for textiles making use of nanotechnologies is going to be worth an estimated US$115bn in six years' time. In contrast, though, its uptake in garment manufacturing machinery seems to be lagging behind, yet this is exactly what the industry needs believes Prabir Jana.
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