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  • Is solid or twisted wire too heavy for your needs; is it too fragile and breaks down after repeated bends?

  • Or maybe you can't reach optimum electrical or mechanical performance with your current wire choice?

  • Are you sacrificing attributes and making expensive tradeoffs?

Now is the time to investigate conductive yarns and fibers and see why they are rapidly becoming the smart choice for engineers and designers in a variety of areas: such as aircraft, space, smart clothing, EMI* shielding, and much, much more.

 

EMI* braid:

* ElectroMagnetic Interference

Techtextile North America Concludes Houston 2015 Event

Techtextile North America World-Class Symposium concluded its event in Houston.  Exhibitors were very pleased with the attendance and level of participation at vendor booths.  One company was pleased with the number of NASA Houston attendees.  Another reported that they were very happy with the number of visitors received at the TTNA 2015. The flooding made the entire organization worry about the number of visitors but in the end the show was a success. They received more visits of new potential customers compared to the show in Atlanta, and also had some Mexican companies visiting their booth. The first 2 days were a success, but the last day of the show was very quiet, as usual. "The show was not as big as the one in Atlanta so you could walk the floor in one day, but all in all we are very happy and we see a lot more new opportunities after participating to the show."

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"The trend continues to be SWaP--reduced size, weight, and power," says J.C. Ramirez at ADL Embedded Solutions in San Diego.  And SWaP is the keyword, and the basis of our industry--conducutive fibers to reduce weight, increase strength and flexibility. 
Remember SWaP!

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