At Munich Fabric Start, the company launches its innovative High Dynamic Range (HDR) system
Lights out for Munich Fabric Start and Bluezone that for three days saw the attendance of the most representative denim brands. Among them, Jeanologia, the Spanish company leader in sustainable technology development, that in this occasion launched its new revolutionary and sustainable process able to reduce water and chemical usage in the finishing of jeans. Here it is High Dynamic Range (HDR) system.
Forgot the long and consuming design methods used in the textile industry: the innovative and revolutionary method reduces production time by up to 30% and increases the productive capacity. HDR starts a new era in laser production for jean finishing by guarantying to designers the “What you see is what you get” controlling the laser, increasing the dynamic contrast of tones in the images to obtain a level of depth closer to reality and thereby achieving a more natural and 3D design.
With the patenting of the HDR, Jeanologia goes a step further and re-imagines how to design in the textile industry, enhancing the creativity, saving time and avoiding second-rate production and contributes a common language to the sector.
“Transforming the denim industry towards efficiency and sustainability is the objective that has driven Jeanologia for over 20 years. A change in the model is urgent moving the industry from being one of the most polluting, based on cheap labor towards a sustainable model”, assures Carmen Silla, Marketing Manager at Jeanologia. “Our role as a technology partner is to ensure sustainable production of jeans, which is the second most sold garment in the world after t-shirts. This way of producing must become part of the DNA of the garment and be its added-value for the consumer”, she explains.