- story by MaterialDistrict
These 3D textiles have an embroidery like relief on their surface. The fabrics can be applied for numerous applications: furnishing fabrics, fashion, woven garments and fabrics for cars.
Commonly called 3D fabric, this material has the ability, through the use of specific frames, to be variable in thickness, hardness and fibre.
Only in recent years have three-dimensional fabrics gained the ability to be used in the wide variety of applications mentioned above, ranging from fashion to automobiles. In materials such as this, the stand out characteristics of 3D products are understood and exploited; lightness, breathability, elasticity, abrasion resistance, making it possible to create very complex structures.