In fashion the “crepe look” has long been available for textiles – now these decorative effects can be added to nonwovens and composites with MICREX technology.
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In Europe and Asia there are several Micrex®/Microcrepers™ producing textiles used in high end women’s shirting, bathing suits, and home furnishings (drapes, bedspreads, shower curtains).
Possible Crepe Styles
There are a range of possible crepe styles, but the type of substrate and the “recipe” used to make it will determine which styles will work. Generally textiles will accept the widest range of patterns, followed by nonwovens, then paper, and lastly — films.
Micrex Takes Your 2D Products and Makes Them 3D
This ability to take a 2D substrate and give it 3D properties provides an opportunity for a single substrate to be converted into a range of products with different functional and aesthetic qualities. For example, spunlace used in medical gowns and industrial wipes can be given both stretch and a range of differentiating looks through Microcreping™.