Spray-on fabric creates clothes out of a can
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British company Fabrican has created a new spray-on fabric that instantly sprays onto any surface. Dr Manel Torres from Imperial College in London developed the Fabrican technology at the London Bioscience Innovation Centre. Fabrican technology combines engineering, material science and design and is the product of interdisciplinary research. Its developers are currently working to produce a commercial version of the product. Fabrican works by bonding and liquefying fibres to produce a non-woven fabric. When users spray the liquid using an aerosol can or spray gun, the dissolvent evaporates and the fibres bond. Upon application, the fabric seamlessly takes the shape…
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