THAILAND: Scientists Develop Cheap Fabric Technology
Scientists in Thailand said on Monday they have developed cheap new textile technology that cuts embroidered logos from fabric and could save the huge industry a fortune in costly imports. Experts at the King Mongkut's University of Technology have made four prototypes of the machines which use a high-powered laser beam or heated blade to cuts embroidered labels from cloth.
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