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“3D fabrics” are textile constructions consisting of two outer surfaces (top and bottom) which are spaced at a defined distance from one another by a woven layer known as the “Z-layer” or “spacer layer”.
The various properties of this Z-layer help to create variable distances and thus different types of 3D fabrics. Parameters such as material composition and thread type permit a large number of variations in physical properties.
We assign our products to groups as follows: Space Air®, Flex, Space Com, Border and Hypercomp. Material thicknesses of 2 mm to 60 mm and a range of different degrees of hardness mean that they can be used in almost any application.