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Texprocess Event Calendar – These are the Texprocess Events 2019

Event Calendar
14. – 17. May 2019 Frankfurt am Main Tickets & Registration

Themes & events at Texprocess

With its extensive supporting programme of lectures, showcases and competitions, Texprocess offers exhibitors and visitors an insight into the latest developments in the industry, as well as additional technical inspiration.

The event highlights of 2019

Discover our unique Texprocess event programme 2019. The programme will be updated continuously. 

Micro-Factories show integrated production processes

The Digital Textile Micro Factory area during the last Texprocess

Micro-factories will be the focal subject at the coming Texprocess. Texprocess 2019 features five micro-factories:

Digital Textile Micro-Factory of Texprocess and Techtextil
The Digital Textile Micro-Factory at Texprocess and Techtextil, in collaboration with the Denkendorf Institutes for Textile and Fibre Research (DITF) and partners from industry, will be presenting three production lines in Hall 4.1 alone: one each for the manufacture of clothing, a 3D knitted shoe and for processing technical textiles, e.g. for the automotive or furniture industry.

Smart Textiles Micro-Factory
RWTH Aachen University, jointly with partners from industry and research, will be producing a smart cushion in its Smart Textiles Micro-Factory in the passage between Halls 4.1 and 5.1. Visitors will experience the industrially compatible production of a smart textile, from design to finished product.

World of Digital Fashion
Six firms working in several fields – visualisation, CAD cutting systems, automated body-mass calculation, layout and process automation – have come together under the umbrella concept "World of Digital Fashion." In Hall 4.0 they will be jointly showing the ways in which their products can be integrated and combined in different workflows. The focus will be on the customisation of clothing and fashion.

Pixel to product
Gemini CAD Systems, together with industry partners, will present an easy solution that most companies can implement using existing resources and structures. They say that they will show the first fully operational and deployable micro-factory solution for producing on-demand, made to measure digitally printed apparel products.

Modern innovative seat design
The companies KSL, RING, VEIT and ZSK, together with additional partners, will showcase the integrated production of leather products – from cutting, to perforating, to laminating, and diamond-stitching. They will especially focus on products for the automotive and furniture industry as well as fashion.

Special-Event „Urban Living – City of the Future“

Special-Event „Urban Living – City of the Future“ key visual

According to the United Nations, nearly 70 percent of all people are expected to be living in metropolises and megacities by 2050. This poses new challenges for living and mobility concepts, as well as food supplies and health services provision. Functional apparel, with smart functions for example, could also play an even more important role in people’s everyday lives in the future.

In collaboration with “Creative #olland“, the Dutch creative industries, Techtextil and Texprocess are dedicating an exhibition space to life in the city of the future with the 'Urban Living – City of the Future' special event.

On an area of more than 500 m2 in the foyer of Hall 4.2 selected examples will be showing how textile innovations can already improve the way people live together in urban surroundings today. Selected innovations from the fields of architecture & construction, mobility, medicine and clothing will be shown in a disruptive architectonic landscape. The inspiring exhibition area will be accompanied by a Material Gallery showing best-practice solutions from exhibitors, the presentation area of the Techtextil student competition, Textile Structures for New Building as well as an accompanying complementary programme. Curated by the Stijlinstituut Amsterdam and structurally implemented by Dutch architect firm Refunc.

Texprocess Innovation Award 2019

Texprocess Innovation Award area at Texprocess

The Texprocess Innovation Award reflects the innovative content of the Texprocess trade fair as well as the future-oriented products of the exhibitors. It honours cutting-edge developments that foster new and unconventional ideas and visions and supports cross-industry dialog among researchers, manufacturers and users. The Texprocess Innovation Award is presented for outstanding developments, technologies and methods of processing textiles and other flexible materials. The winners are not subject to ranking.

Texprocess Forum

Texprocess Forum at the last Texprocess

The Texprocess Forum in Hall 4.1 on every day of the fair will be featuring talks by experts on current topics in the industry. Once again the Forum will be organised in collaboration with the Textile-Clothing Dialogue (Dialog Textil-Bekleidung (DTB)), the International Apparel Federation (IAF) and the World Textile Information Network (WTiN). In addition, the Texprocess Forum will offer a thematic block exclusively around the theme of sustainability in the textile and fashion industry, with an offshoot of Fashionsustain, Messe Frankfurt’s conference about sustainable textile innovations.

IT@Texprocess

IT@Texprocess area during the last Texprocess

The demand for high-performance IT solutions for the textile and clothing industry is increasing, especially with regard to fast fashion, traceability and quality management. With IT@Texprocess, Texprocess brings together providers of industry-specific software and services and users from the textile industry. Among the presentations to be shown by exhibitors will be software for customer relationship management (CRM), enterprise resource planning (ERP), product life-cycle management (PLM) and supply chain management.

Young innovative companies

Young innovative companies area during the last Texprocess

Dynamic, exciting, full of ideas: Young companies and start-ups from Germany present their textile innovations in the promotional area hosted by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy (BMWi). A must-attend for all those who want to make a contact with young researchers and entrepreneurs.

Campus & Job Wall

Student presents her selfmade clothes at the Texprocess Campus area

International universities, institutes and fashion colleges present their study and teaching programmes at the joint special area of Texprocess and Techtextil. The Campus Zone also provides insights into current projects and is a contact point for highly qualified and motivated young talent.

This digital job exchange provides Texprocess and Techtextil visitors with information about internships, thesis projects and vacant positions at exhibitor companies. It also offers the chance to create individual profiles and attract potential future employers.

Techtextil event highlights 2019

Trade visitors and exhibitors at Texprocess also benefit from the supporting programme at Techtextil, which takes place at the same time.

Techtextil Forum at the last Techtextil

New: Techtextil Forum

Expert lectures and discussion formats right in the heart of the industry: The new Techtextil Forum is an opportunity for an interactive exchange of ideas and information between exhibitors and trade visitors, as well as researchers and developers and users. Present your new material, your innovative technology or solution to a larger audience of specialists.

Techtextil Innovation Award 2019 area during the last Techtextil

Techtextil Innovation Award 2019

During Techtextil trade fair taking place from 14 to 17 May 2019, Messe Frankfurt Exhibition GmbH will present the Techtextil Innovation Award 2019 to honour outstanding performance in the fields of research, new materials, products and technologies, applications and new developments in the field of sustainability. The winners will be selected by an international jury. The awarded projects will be presented to visitors and media representatives in a special area during the trade fair.

Student competition for textile architecture

Student competition for textile architecture: Register now

For the 15th time, Techtextil will be giving awards to students and young professionals for their work, as part of the 'Textile Structures for New Building' competition. The competition is supported by the international network TensiNet as sponsor, the Institute for Lightweight Structures and Conceptual Design at the University of Stuttgart, and the architecture and design platform Architonic. The online application deadline is 3 April 2019.

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