Bringing you the Future in Textile Technology:

The "Fusion" process enables versatile inline production of laminated fabric composites with nearly unlimited combinations in Fabric-Pattern-Panel, Membrane-Pattern-Panel and E-Textile-Pattern-Panel fabrication methods, entirely at the manufacturing factory level. Bringing inline lamination into the factory reduces inventory overhead, promotes nimble flexibility, drives down delivery times, and offers substantial cost reductions through out the process, from the initial design concept through final manufacturing process.

Fabric-pattern-panel layers for an inner lining.

Fabric-pattern-panel layers for an inner lining.

This hybrid jacket demonstrates how separate panels can be used in the manufacturing process.

This hybrid jacket demonstrates how separate panels can be used in the manufacturing process.

The Fabric-Pattern-Panels are assembled to create the outer shell and the inner liner fabric combinations. These panels can be the same or different knit or woven fabric combinations with matching or offset seams, maximizing design flexibility.

Seams of the inner fabric-pattern-panels can be precise and nearly invisible.

Seams of the inner fabric-pattern-panels can be precise and nearly invisible.

The Membrane-Pattern-Panels are fabricated to create the interior membrane barrier film combinations. These panels can be the same or different membrane film combinations, or by creating non-membrane film panels, with matching or offset seams, allowing for nearly unlimited design flexibility.

The E-Textile-Pattern-Panels allow for interconnected/conductive channel seam interfaces between the E-Textile panels, this capability creates a flexible, stretchable conductive E-Knits, imprinted ink circuits, embedded devices and sensors panels throughout the composite structure.

Together, these prefabricated pattern-panel-composites are used in the production of apparel, footwear, garments, medical devices and sub-assembly products.

Fusion” Pattern Panel Inline Lamination Technologies...