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En esta etapa se deben separar los accesorios de la prenda que sean ajenos a una superficie flexible (cierres, botones, accesorios).

 

Además, las superficie escogida debe estar fabricadas con al menos 20% de poliéster o nylon, excluyendo viscosa y elastano.
La estructura de la superficie debe ser plana,
es decir, no elasticada.

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This stage requires the removal of all non-flexible elements of a garment (i.e. buttons, zippers, accessories).
Surfaces must have at least 20% polyester or nylon (excluding viscose and elastane) and must not be elastic.

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En esta etapa, la superficie textil es desgarrada a través de rodillos, los cuales al ejercer presión y corte sobre ella, desmembran la superficie hasta hacerla volver a su esencia como fibra.

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The surface is shredded using a shredding roller that converts the textile back into fibres.

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Las fibras son dispuestas de manera uniforme y desordenada en un plano donde comienza el proceso de entrelazamiento a través de agujas. Éstas al cruzar el material, enredan y comprimen las fibras de manera continua y repetitiva hasta generar una nueva superficie.

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Fibres are intertwined by the use of needles that tangle and compress them repeatedly until they become a new surface.

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Este último acabado, permite la cohesión de las fibras a través del calor. En esta etapa se densifica y se fusiona la superficie, obteniendo el material final.

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By applying heat, the fibres of the new surface complete their intertwining, providing density to the newly created material.

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Las fibras resultantes del proceso de triturado tiene mayor cohesión en la etapa de afieltrado cuando la composición es de origen sintético, mientras que los textiles de origen vegetal o animal producen fibras cortas o poco rizadas que no permiten un fácil afieltrado. Dadas estas últimas características, los resultados con mayor consistencia se dan utilizando al menos un 20% de fibras sintéticas en su mezcla.

 

Finalmente, se obtiene un textil no tejido, de 2 ó 3 milímetros de espesor, construido en un 100% a partir de materiales recuperados, variando en su composición y color dependiendo de las fibras que lo componen.

 

Este nuevo material revaloriza al residuo textil transformándolo en materia prima para el diseño y creación de objetos que respondan al nuevo modelo de economía circular.

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The fibers obtained from the shredding stage tend to entangled better in the felting stage when they are of synthetic origin, while textiles of plant or animal origin produce extremely short or smooth fibers which do not allow easy felting. A minimum of 20% of synthetic fibers is needed to ensure that the resulting mixture of fibers can be felted.

 

The final result is a non-woven textile of 2-3 millimetres of thickness, fully produced with recycled materials. Resulting materials are of diverse colour and composition depending on the fibres that were used in the production process.

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En esta etapa se deben separar los accesorios de la prenda que sean ajenos a una superficie flexible (cierres, botones, accesorios).

Además, las superficie escogida debe estar fabricadas con al menos 20% de poliéster o nylon, excluyendo viscosa y elastano.
La estructura de la superficie debe ser plana,
es decir, no elasticada.

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This stage requires the removal of all non-flexible elements of a garment (i.e. buttons, zippers, accessories).

Surfaces must have at least 20% polyester or nylon (excluding viscose and elastane) and must not be elastic.

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En esta etapa, la superficie textil es desgarrada a través de rodillos, los cuales al ejercer presión y corte sobre ella, desmembran la superficie hasta hacerla volver a su esencia como fibra.

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The surface is shredded using a shredding roller that converts the textile back into fibres.

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Las fibras son dispuestas de manera uniforme y desordenada en un plano donde comienza el proceso de entrelazamiento a través de agujas. Éstas al cruzar el material, enredan y comprimen las fibras de manera continua y repetitiva hasta generar una nueva superficie.

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Fibres are intertwined by the use of needles that tangle and compress them repeatedly until they become a new surface.

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Este último acabado, permite la cohesión de las fibras a través del calor. En esta etapa se densifica y se fusiona la superficie, obteniendo el material final.

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By applying heat, the fibres of the new surface complete their intertwining, providing density to the newly created material.

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Las fibras resultantes del proceso de triturado tiene mayor cohesión en la etapa de afieltrado cuando la composición es de origen sintético, mientras que los textiles de origen vegetal o animal producen fibras cortas o poco rizadas que no permiten un fácil afieltrado. Dadas estas últimas características, los resultados con mayor consistencia se dan utilizando al menos un 20% de fibras sintéticas en su mezcla.

Finalmente, se obtiene un textil no tejido, de 2 ó 3 milímetros de espesor, construido en un 100% a partir de materiales recuperados, variando en su composición y color dependiendo de las fibras que lo componen.

 

Este nuevo material revaloriza al residuo textil transformándolo en materia prima para el diseño y creación de objetos que respondan al nuevo modelo de economía circular.

[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space height=”50″][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1545863094806{margin-right: 60px !important;margin-left: 60px !important;}”]

The fibers obtained from the shredding stage tend to entangled better in the felting stage when they are of synthetic origin, while textiles of plant or animal origin produce extremely short or smooth fibers which do not allow easy felting. A minimum of 20% of synthetic fibers is needed to ensure that the resulting mixture of fibers can be felted.

 

The final result is a non-woven textile of 2-3 millimetres of thickness, fully produced with recycled materials. Resulting materials are of diverse colour and composition depending on the fibres that were used in the production process.

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Fibras Naturales

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Fibras Sintéticas

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