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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

2015 should be a strong year for our industry.  The availability of composite conductive yarns and fibers is increasing due to advances in the field and more efficient manufacturing.  More end-product users are demanding greater efficiencies of their products, including reliability and weight savings.  Finally, The Economist predicts partly sunny outlook in 2015 for most of our relevant industries:
  • Automotive--partly sunny
  • Defense and Aerospace--partly sunny
  • Health Care--partly sunny
  • IT hardware--partly sunny
  • Metals and Mining--partly sunny
  • Retailing--partly sunny    (Source: The Economist, The World in 2015, pp 121-124)
 

"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!

E-textile or smart textile

 

This web site is brought to you by member conductive yarn and fiber manufactures, researchers, industry vendors, and others in order to increase the awareness of, knowledge about, and utilization of conducitve fibers. We want to eliminate tradeoffs and help you optimize your conductivity choices.

 

 

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Welcome New Member 

We welcome MICROMETAL TECHNOLOGIES as our newest member.  The Massachusetts USA-based MicroMetal makes MICROCLAD®, a stainless steel fiber, clad with copper, nickel, or silver. 

They can be reached at +1-978-462-3600.

Feel free to contact us with questions, or tell us how this website can better serve your needs.

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