Textile manufacturing technologies for hybrid based complex preform structures
This paper reports the latest research results from DFG financed collaborate research project 639 about the development, production and testing of textile hybrid yarn preforms for high performance thermoplastic lightweight components in machinery and automobile industries. Research activities focus on the innovative bi- and multi-component hybrid yarns, their application-oriented processing as multilayer weft-knitted fabrics as well as weft-knitted and woven spacer fabrics, realization of complete performs for composite production with short cycle times.
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