(Source: Munich Fabric Start)
Digital twins can realistically reproduce the texture and color of materials in textiles. Munich Fabric Start Exhibitions is launching Fabric.iD, a process for the complete digitalization of fabrics. The texture scanner xTex and the color scanner can:scan from the software companies Vizoo GmbH, Haar/Germany, and caddon printing & imaging GmbH, Leinfelden-Echterdingen/Germany, capture all the details of the texture and translate them into virtual data.
Munich Fabric Start Exhibitions GmbH, Munich/Germany, hosted the International Textile Trade Show Munich Fabric Start and the International Denim Trade Show Bluezone in Munich (August 31 - September 2, 2021), both on-site and digitally, and is now offering the Fabric.iD digitization service. With this offer, the textile preliminary stage is supported: From structure to color compositions to bending stiffness - the innovative texture and color scanners capture the texture of textiles and translate it into virtual data. Digitalization creates a fabric ID that makes textiles technically identifiable, traceable and usable. The result is digital, true-to-life fabrics.
Visitors to the trade fair will be able to gain an insight into the individual process steps on site and experience the digitalization process live. After the event, interested parties can send their fabrics to the Fabric.iD studio in Munich to benefit from the service all year round.