The benefits of the Wovenit process
The key benefits at a glance:
Manufacturing two or three dimensional shapes out of textile materials.
Surfaces which can be textured at will, even partially.
Unrestricted selection of colors, even partially.
Targeted equipping with a defined function, even partially.
Virtually unlimited selection of materials, even partially, as long as the
material is available in the form of a yarn. But even metal wires, light guides
and leather thread have already been processed successfully.
Manufacturing in one process step without subsequent work.
Highly economical: The savings potential relative to conventional textile
fabrication is over 30 percent.
Observation of even the most modern environmental standards.
The Wovenit process technology eliminates a whole range of significant disadvantages
inherent in conventional textile fabrication. These include both economic and
The cutting, manufacturing, and naturally the related waste disposal are eliminated
completely with Wovenit. With the cutting and manufacturing of the textiles which
was required until now, cutting wastes of up to 25 percent result depending on
the pattern. If these are saved, the material costs can for example drop by up
to eight percent when manufacturing seat covers relative to a conventional manufacturing
The waste disposal costs also affect the bottom line: They amount to up to
two percent of the conventional production costs for a multi-component fabric,
Mounting elements and assembly aids can be integrated directly during the fabrication
process. And in keeping with the seat cover example: This makes it easier to
upholster onto the shaped foam, which results in a reduction of the assembly
costs of up to five percent also in comparison to conventional seat cover fabrication.
In particular, the Wovenit process technology also makes it possible to produce
limited lot and special production runs within three to five days without the
normally typical lead time of up to ten weeks. This reduces the material warehousing
costs and the associated logistics costs.
The total savings potential relative to conventional textile fabrication can,
depending on the product, be up to 30 percent of what the cost would otherwise
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