The Hohenstein approach to how to “green” your fibers and treatments

All along the textile production chain, green materials and treatments become more and more important driven by educated and demanding consumers.

But how to address these requirements with credibility over the whole product lifecycle and not only focusing on picking a sole green material?

The talk gives an overview what can be already done at the input chemistry level, use/care and disposal to lower the environmental footprint of the textile product.

More Videos
Webcast Sustainable – Traceable – Biodegradable

Many products in the textile world are claimed to be somehow sustainable. This webcast mainly focusses on product claims with regard to…

Webcast Sustainability and Fit

Apparel is expected to fit and look good in every size. In our presentation on “Virtual Designing and Fitting – 3D Simulation in Clothing…

Webcast Made in green

Onlinecourses with the topic Sizing, fit & pattern

Customized workshop
3D clothing simulation - virtual design and fitting (138-EN)
Webinar
3D visualisation for sales and marketing (210-EN)
Customized workshop
All sizes confidently graded - tops (121-EN)
Customized workshop
All sizes masterfully graded - bottoms (125-EN)
Customized workshop
Basics in pattern & fit for design & technology - recognise and fix fit problems (136-EN)
Webinar
Basics: Digital Fit Models & Avatars (203-EN)
Webinar
Basics: digitisation of material parameters (204-EN)
Webinar
Basics: Everything about pattern and processing in 3D (205-EN)
Webinar
Everything about lighting and rendering (211-EN)
Customized workshop
Men's basic cuts - modern fit based on 3D body data (139-EN)
Webinar
Preparation and development of the digital accessories (206-EN)
Webinar
The 3D design process (207-EN)
Webinar
The digital product communication (209-EN)
Webinar
The three pillars of 3D clothing simulation (202-EN)
Webinar
The virtual fitting process (208-EN)
Customized workshop
Tips and tricks for a perfect model - widths, materials, variants & accessories (140-EN)