INSTITUTE RESOURCES


ITT/NCSU TEXTILE & MATERIALS RESEARCH CONSORTIUM

The Institute of Textile Technology and North Carolina State University (ITT/NCSU) Textile and Materials Research Consortium provides one of the most advanced textile research capabilities in the world to address the applied research and development needs of the global textile industry. Learn More:::

 

 

SEARCHABLE ITT THESIS DATABASE

New Wolrd of Textiles

Textile Extension for Economic Development

Continuing education is key to staying competitive and enjoying long-term economic success in today’s fast-paced, ever-changing marketplace. The Zeis Textile Extension Education for Economic Development Center is dedicated to promoting economic success in North Carolina and the nation by being a leading provider of professional education.

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Ask the TEXperts

Q: Sheeting thread count - What are the facts?

A: I am often asked if high thread count sheets are worth the extra cost over lower thread count sheets. Many factors go into the quality of a sheet or any other woven fabric. Only one of these is the fabric count.
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                 AT&E

Applied Technology and Engineering, P.C.

Applied Technology and Engineering, P.C. (AT&E) has provided civil and environmental engineering services since 1985.   AT&E services range from preliminary engineering studies to design/build projects with experience throughout the U.S., Central, and South America.

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AT&E has extensive experience addressing site specific issues such as aquatic toxicity, color removal, heavy metals, and water reuse.

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AT&E provides the methodology and information that can enable a company to systematically analyze its external competitive requirements and its internal process of doing business, allowing the company to assess its competitive capabilities and profit potential.

Selected Environmental Project Descriptions

Searchable Projects Database

 

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The Non-Wovens Institute

The Non-Wovens Institute serves the nonwovens and affiliated industries Research, Training, Education and Extension, Engagement and Economic Development. Learn More:::

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The Nonwovens Institute

NCRC

The Nonwovens Cooperative Research Center (NCRC)

The Nonwovens Cooperative REsearch Center was established as a State/Inudstry-Univeristy Cooperative Research Center (State/IUCRC) in 1991 as a result of a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).

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JTATM

The Journal of Textile and Apparel Technology and Management has been created to serve the professional needs of textile educators and researchers worldwide. Faculty of the Department of Textile and Apparel Technology and Management have recognized the need for an online professional Journal serving the discipline of Textile Technology and Management thus permitting the discussion of research areas that today are dispersed in several types of publications. Learn More:::

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JTATM

Textile Extension Labs

Textile Extension Labs

The College of Textiles (COT) at North Carolina State University is housed in a $45 million, 300,000 square foot research and teaching facility on the 1,000 acre Centennial Campus. The building contains a state-of-the-art Model Manufacturing Facility (MMF), consisting of individual laboratories that are capable of all manufacturing operations from spinning fibers to producing the end product. The MMF is the heart of the Applied Research Program for the College of Textiles as well as being an integral part of the education and basic research programs. The Applied Research Program bridges the gap between the traditional education, research and extension activities of the university and the Fiber-Textile-Apparel industrial complex. Learn More:::

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T-PACC

T-PACC incorporates a comprehensive infrastructure of equipment and personnel to address the need for integrted research on all aspects of the protection and comfort of clothing. Learn More:::

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SixSigma


The College of Textiles and the Industrial Extension Service courses provide professional in a manufacturing or service environment with the tools they need to implement Six Sigma in their organization. In addition, these courses are also offered on site through our In-Plant Program. Learn More:::

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