Conductive Fabric Samples from Statex / Shieldex in Berlin

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditlinkedintumblrmailFacebooktwittergoogle_plusredditlinkedintumblrmail

 
Statex generously sponsored the eTextile Lounge at Ljudmila’s PIF Summer Hacker Camp in Slovenia’s Trenta Valley where we will be converting traditional PCBs and sensors into soft circuits.
 
Samples of all of their conductive fabrics
 
Shieldex Conductive Fabric Samples from Statex in Berlin Germany July 2015
 
NON-WOVEN
 
The non-woven are the most successful conductive fabrics to use at workshops because the fibers do not fray along the cut edge.
 
Koln
 
Shieldex Conductive Fabrics Koln  from Statex in Berlin Germany July 2015
 
Bern
 
Shieldex Conductive Fabrics Bern Non Woven from Statex in Berlin Germany July 2015
 
Basel
 
Shieldex Conductive Fabrics Non Woven Bern from Statex in Berlin
 
 
KNIT
 
The stretch lycra’s will be in demand at PIF camp as the participants want to make stretch sensors that can be used with a variety of sound projects. Thankfully Statex sent ample yardage for these projects!
 
The P-130 is a lighter weight fabric and is a light silver shimmer color.
 
Shieldex Conductive Fabrics Stretch Lycra Technik-tech P130  from Statex in Berlin Germany July 2015
 
The P180 is a heavier fabric and aShieldex Conductive Fabric Stretch Lycra Techik - tex P180  from
 
Balingen
 
Shieldex Conductive Fabrics Balingen from Statex in Berlin Germa
 
 
WOVEN
 
The woven fabrics are best cut with a laser cutter because the heat of the beam seals the fiber edges preventing fraying.
 
Kassel
 
Shieldex Conductive Fabrics Kassel from Statex in Berlin Germany
 
Bremen
 
Shieldex Conductive Fabrics Bremen from Statex in Berlin Germany
 
Zell
 
Shieldex Conductive Fabrics Zell from Statex in Berlin Germany J
 
Berlin RS
 
Shieldex Conductive Fabrics Berlin RS from Statex in Berlin Germ
 

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditlinkedintumblrmailFacebooktwittergoogle_plusredditlinkedintumblrmail