“Beyond the traditional cut and sew skillset, designers will need to know how to use the new on-demand production tools available in the micro-factory in their region.” Designers will have to add to their skills. So, what new tools and skills will designers need to master? The answers are in the article written by our Creative Director Goor Moshe.
Goor Moshe, our Creative Director discusses the sustainability issues we face in fashion. Should we push for a move towards circular production, with all digital systems working together? Read the full article on WhichPLM.
Olga Fuenmayor from Seampedia had the chance to visit Twine’s booth at ITMA 2019. Here is her review in which she chooses to focus on Digital dyeing for sewing thread.
Images Magazine is asking us interesting questions. On top, the magazine columnist, Erich Campbell shares his initial assessment of the new Twine system.
etextile magazine announce how Twine’s system aim to dye exactly the amount needed in a highly sustainable process.
Ecotextile marks the company as a revolution in aspects of sustainability providing a different way of working after the presentation at ITMA 2019.
Israel 21c is reviewing Twine technology and marking it and the one that will shake up the industry.
During ITMA, Alon Moshe talks with Fibre2Fashion, describing the impact of the brand and the goal of revolutionize the textile industry by changing yarn and thread dyeing to a digital, clean, in-house, on-demand production.
TheMarker reporters have assembled to create a list naming the hottest and most promising startups of the year. Twine is one of these startups. And we agree with TheMarker’s statement: “They will greatly change all of our lives.”
ITMA June 20th, 2019, Barcelona. Twine exhibits for the first time the TS-1800, the world’s first Digital Thread Dyeing System. Read what the media had to say about our launch.
Alon Moshe, Co-Founder & CEO of Twine Solutions, as a first-time host writer at WhichPLM shares some insights on thread dyeing transformation from analog to digital
Fibre2Fashion talks with Yariv Bustan about the market, the technology, the advantages of working with Twine’s system and how it is changing. Read the entire interview.
Knitting Industry introduce Twine’s TS- 1800 digital thread dyeing system and describes it as a revolutionary approach after visiting the stand at ITMA 2019.
Haaretz review of Tel Aviv Fashion Week successful cooperation with Moriel Dezaldeti created a marvelous knitted piece. The world first digitally dyed thread knitted garment on the catwalk.
The talented Moriel Sezaldeti has asked and we couldn’t resist the offer to take part in a Fashion show. Xnet review of the Tel Aviv Fashion Week – made in the Israel Shoresh fashion show.
Twine and its latest successful investment round are part of an article on investments in Israel innovators. The review by WTiN writers is focusing on textile innovations and their influence on investments in Israel. The article reviews Twine and its technology along with a quote by Twine’s CEO & Co-founder Alon Moshe.
Dr. Andrew Dent from Material ConneXion talks about twine, yes, the Twine you think of. It’s raw thread DIGITALLY dyed using Twine’s technology.
Bloomberg writer Gwen Ackerman reviewed Israel’s top Retail-Tech and names Twine as one of the startups who gives Israel a stake in global fashion. She quotes Benny Landa, who is one of Twine’s leading investors, as a reference to the revolution Twine is bringing: “Textile is one of the largest water polluters in China, so there are many reasons for the industry to go digital.”
Twine is nominated for 2 awards at the Future Textile Awards 2018 which are industry leading awards recognizing innovation and achievement right across the technical textiles industry. Nominated by World Textile Information Network (WTiN) for Innovative Start-Up and Best Innovation: Machine Digitalisation. We will be attending the awards ceremony on 7th November 2018.
Twine presentation of it’s technology, ‘Innovation Starts from the Basics’ was part of the Advanced Manufacturing section of the Transitions 2 Conference that took place at Huddersfield University. The conference was hosted by the Department of Fashion and Textiles, discussing the Material Revolution, and exploring the impact of sustainable new technologies, trans-disciplinary design and creative entrepreneurship on a new material world. Engagement with textiles and materials directly influences our wearable and built environments.