Materials

Formats

 

Raw Fiber

Raw Hurd

Filler

Bio-Composites

Bio-Polymers

Bio-Char

Rovings

Yarns

Wovens

Non-Wovens

There is a difference between a raw material (a fiber strand), a value-added material formation that utilize the raw material (a woven textile), and the final product (a garment). The vast majority of even the simplest of products or manufacturing techniques requires multiple conversion or processing steps to enable a raw material to function in an application.  

In reality there are limited bio-based materials available that are considered “drop in replacement” for traditional synthetics in traditional manufacturing systems. Even a simple bio-filler may require significant processing from its raw state to be compatible in a manufacturing system or to meet basic safety requirements.

That being said, there are materials and systems that are currently available that we have access to. lets spend our time designing and engineering your project, and not developing a new material format for your application unless we have to.

Raw Feed- Stock

 

Flax

Hemp

Kenaf

Bamboo

Wood

Bio-Waste