Listings and Smart textiles used in Industry.

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Nov 15, 2013 (3 years and 10 months ago)

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Name
:..........................................

Tutor Group
: ..............................

Date set
:

Date due
:

Task 1
: What is technical textiles?


Task 2
: What is modern textiles? (Sport and
Modern Technology)

Task 3:What is smart textiles?

Extension


Fabric swatches. Technical Textiles
Listings and Smart textiles used in Industry.

St
. Edmund
Campion
Textiles
Department
2010/11

Task 1: Technical Textiles



Must (bronze) :


Draw

and
record

4 pictures of
technical textiles.


Add title.



Should (silver) :


Include colour and annotate what the
function of the product is (what it is used
for).

Could (Gold) :

Create
a computerised version (i.e.
ppt, word processed), Research 5+
technical textiles.


EXTENSION:


List seven different technical textiles
in Industry. Write in paragraphs.

Useful Websites: TASK 1 & 3

http://www.techtextiles.co.uk


http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcseb
itesize/design/textiles/fabricsrev4.sht
ml
.
http://www.sciencedaily.com/release
s/2008/03/080329121141.htm


en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smart textiles

NC for Textiles:
Explore and Create/Understand and Evaluate

Cross curricular links
: literacy,
ICT, Art, Science.


Task 3: Smart Textiles.


Must (bronze)

:


Research

and
create

a power point or
word document of four to six pictures
of smart textiles. Using the internet


Add title.



Should
(silver)

:


Include annotation/labelling e.g.: what
the function of the product is (what it
is used for).



Could
(gold)
:


Invent
a piece of SMART Textiles e.g.:
heat, sound, sensory or protection.


Draw your smart textile design.


Include annotation/Labelling.


Add colour


Add title.


Extension:


List three different smart textiles used
in Industry. Write in paragraphs

What is Textiles Research

Task 2 :
Modern Textiles



Must (bronze) :


Research what are Modern textiles

Including BIOMIMETICS


Create a collage or Power point.



Should (silver) :


Research Environmental and
ECO Friendly wet suits.


Create a collage or Power
point.


Could (Gold) :

Draw an Olympic sports garment
design based on a modern
textile. Include colour and
annotation.



EXTENSION:

Research Jack o Neill the
creator of the wet suit.


http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/g
csebitesize/design/textiles/fabri
csrev4.shtml

Task1:
Technical Textiles



Must (bronze) :


Draw

and
record

4 pictures of technical textiles.


Add title.



Should (silver) :


Include colour and annotate what the function of the product is (what it is used for).


Could (Gold) :

Create
a computerised version (i.e. ppt, word processed), Research 5+ technical textiles.


EXTENSION:


List seven different technical textiles in Industry. Write in paragraphs.


Useful Websites: TASK 2 & 3

http://www.techtextiles.co.uk


http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/design/textiles/fabricsrev4.shtml
.
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/03/080329121141.htm


en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smart textiles


NC for Textiles:
Explore and Create/Understand and Evaluate

Cross curricular links
: literacy,
ICT, Art.


What is Textiles Research


Task 1

Technical Textiles
-
Task 1

Must

Technical Textiles
-
Task 1

Automotive Textiles
:

Should

Technical Textiles
-
Task 1

Clothing Textiles
:
Waterproof coats and
Jackets are a technical
textile as it keeps us dry
and warm. Protects the
wearer from the
elements.

Protective Military
clothing

Defence
Textiles
:

is a
technical textile as it
protects the wearer
from injury


e.g:
Bullet proof vests are
made of Kevlar.

Defence Textiles
:

Fireman
suits are a protective clothing
as it protects the user from
heat and water. The fabric is
made from Waterproof and
heat resistant outer fabric.

Automotive
Textiles
:

includes the structure
of a tyre which is made
from textile fibres
including cotton, nylon
and polyester
.


Colour needs to be added to
drawings to gain a Silver

Task 1
-

Technical Textiles

Could

FISH NETS

AGRICULTURE TEXTILES

Scaffold Mesh

Construction textiles

Fire mans suit


Defence Textiles

Medical Textiles
-

artificial
arteries, sterile packaging and
dressings

Clothing Textiles


Waterproof, Windproof

Aerospace Textiles:

Automotive Textiles:

Travel


Trains, boats

Technical Textiles Collage


Task 1

Extension


Task 1

So what exactly are technical textiles?


Technical textiles are materials and products manufactured mainly for their technical
performance and functional properties, rather than style or colour, such as a bullet
proof vest.

There are many industries that use technical textiles and the sector commonly
includes:



Aerospace Textiles
: includes 3D woven structures, which are used in aircraft
manufacture.



Agricultural Textiles
: includes materials which can protect crops from weather and
insect damage.



Automotive Textiles
: includes the structure of a tyre which is made from textile
fibres including cotton, nylon and polyester.



Clothing Textiles
: includes performance garments that can be waterproof,
windproof and highly breathable.



Construction Textiles
: includes textiles that can be used as scaffold nets and
roofing felts



Defence Textiles
: includes materials used by the armed forces and emergency
services that are flame retardant and heat
-
resistant.



Medical Textiles
: includes the development of artificial arteries, sterile packaging
and dressings


Extension Task
-
Technical Textiles

Modern Textiles Task 2

Task 2 : Modern Textiles



Must (bronze) :


Research what are Modern textiles

Including BIOMIMETICS


Create a collage or
Power point.



Should (silver)
:


Research Environmental and ECO Friendly wet suits.


Create a collage or Power point.



Could (Gold) :


Draw an Olympic sports garment design, based on a modern textile.
Include colour and annotation. Include the Countries Flag on the garment.




EXTENSION:


Research Jack o Neill the creator of the wet suit.



http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/design/textiles/fabricsrev4.sht
ml


Cross curricular links
:
literacy, ICT, Science, Art.

From Bathing to
Swimming to

Where next?

Swim wear to this day is made using
the warp knitting method of
construction. Unlike Latex Lycra
does not loose its elasticity when
washed.

Michael Phelps


won 8 Gold medals in the
2008 Olympics in Beijing wearing a Speedo
Fastskin swimsuit, designed to mirror the
efficiency of shark skin.

The Fastskin swimsuit is inspired in the
shape and texture of shark skin.

Shark skin's texture varies to adapt to water
flows and currents against its body, in order
to navigate in the most efficient manner.

BIOMIMETICS

Modern Textiles Task 2
-

Must

BIOMIMETICS

Modern Textiles Task 2
-

Must

Patagonia environmentally benign
wetsuits. The neoprene outer is
of 80% non
-
petroleum based
ingredients. (Fortune Mag
reckoned it was made with
crushed limestone but the
Patagonia site is coy on that
aspect.)

The inner lining is a chloride
-
free merino wool grid bonded to
recycled polyester.


Kneepads are PVC
-
free and are
said to be more durable and
grippier.

Coming for both men and women
in 2mm and 3mm versions, to
span water temps from 48 to
65
°
F (9 to 18
°
C).

Long and shortie styles, although
limited availability just now.
::Patagonia Wetsuits
.

Modern Textiles Task 2
-

SHOULD

Using materials like "Bio Stretch" rubber and "Eco Flex" exterior, Body Glove has created
the "first environmentally friendly wetsuit." While the folks at
Patagonia

might have
something to say about that, Body Glove's "Eco Wetsuit" can boast 100% petroleum
-
free
materials which consume "1/10th the amount of energy normally used in the manufacturing
of standard petroleum based wetsuits." As we've
noted before
, surfing and Tree Hugging
go together like fair trade chocolate and organic peanut butter; it's good to see more
ways to walk the walk (and, hey, if you can look as bad
-
ass as this guy, why not?) before
paddling out for some tasty waves. Get all the details about the Eco Wetsuit at
::Body
Glove

via
::Core77

BIO
-
RUBBER MATERIALS.

Modern Textiles Task 2
-

SHOULD

Modern Textiles Task 2
-

COULD

Track
-

Running


Women


In this garment we can see
the use of stretch fabric to
its full extent to restrain
hair totally under a stretch
hood, so minimizing air
friction.

The wearer could run race
after race without having
to shave her head like Carl
Lewis.


This is a world where 0.1
of a second makes or
brakes a world champion.

Jack O'Neill

Jack is the creator of the

wetsuit back in
the early 50's. Jack first came across a
fabric now widely known in the surf world as
neoprene
. Strangely enough he discovered it
on the floor of an aeroplane! He ordered
masses of the material and started
stitching it together to make vests, and
later suits.

In 1952 Jack opened his first surf shop in
San Francisco, California, and appropriately
called it 'Surf Shop'.


NEOPRENE

Polyurethane

Modern Textiles Task 2
-

EXTENSION

NC for Textiles

Explore and Create/Understand and Evaluate

Cross curricular links
: literacy,
ICT, Science, Art.


Task 3: Smart Textiles.


Must (bronze)

:


Research

and
create

a power point or word document of four to six pictures of smart textiles.
Using the internet


Add title.



Should
(silver)

:


Include annotation/labelling e.g.: what the function of the product is (what it is used for).



Could
(gold)
:


Invent
a piece of SMART Textiles e.g.: heat, sound, sensory or protection.


Draw your smart textile design.


Include annotation/Labelling.


Add colour


Add title.



Extension:


List three different smart textiles used in Industry. Write in paragraphs

What is Textiles Research


Task 3

Smart Textiles
-
Task 3

Textiles Collage.

Task 3


Smart Textiles

Must

Textiles Collage.

Task 3


Smart Textiles

Sensors sewn into t
-
shirt
-

record body temperature

Hand print


thermo chromic dyed
t
-
shirt

Speedo
-

Fastskin swim
suit

Wellies with a mobile phone charger.

Built in I
-
POD controls on

the sleeve of the jacket.

Fibre Optic Trainers

Smart Textiles is a fabric
that can sense ,react and
adapt to certain
conditions.

Should

Could
-
Technical Textiles


Invent
a piece of SMART Textiles e.g.: heat, sound,
sensory or protection.



Draw your smart textile design.



Include annotation/Labelling.



Add colour



Add title

SMART

Mobile Phone Cover Design. (Sound)

Front View

Back View

Casing to house the white
100% polyester draw cord
(component)to fasten the
cover.

Zig Zag stitch

Appliqué

Appliqué

100% natural
cotton base.

Coloured
natural and
synthetic
felt pieces
are bonded
onto the
cotton base.

Straight stitch

Red LED light bulb used


lights up when phone rings.

Who is the Target Market?

My target market for the phone cover
is male and females age between

15
-

65 Year old.

Smart Design Sheet


Could Task

Extension

So what exactly are technical textiles?



Technical textiles are materials and products manufactured mainly for their technical
performance and functional properties, rather than style or colour, such as a bullet proof
vest.


There are many industries that use technical textiles and the sector commonly includes:



Aerospace Textiles
: includes 3D woven structures, which are used in aircraft manufacture.



Agricultural Textiles
: includes materials which can protect crops from weather and insect
damage.



Automotive Textiles
: includes the structure of a tyre which is made from textile fibres
including cotton, nylon and polyester.



Clothing Textiles
: includes performance garments that can be waterproof, windproof and
highly breathable.



Construction Textiles
: includes textiles that can be used as scaffold nets and roofing felts



Defence Textiles
: includes materials used by the armed forces and emergency services that
are flame retardant and heat
-
resistant.



Medical Textiles
: includes the development of artificial arteries, sterile packaging and
dressings


What are smart Textiles?


Smart Textiles is a fabric that can sense ,react and adapt to
certain conditions.



All
-
weather jackets and shoes Micro
-
encapsulated Different micro
-
capsules embedded in the fibre or fabric gives off aromatic scent.

Can reduces body odour.

Can provide vitamins or reduce skin irritation

Anti
-
bacterial socks .



Heat sensitive Thermochromic Micro
-
encapsulated dye can change
colour in response to heat. Lasts for 5
-
10 washes Children's clothes.




Light sensitive Photochromic dyes Smart pigments change colour in
response to sun light T
-
shirts; military clothing

Extension Task
-
Smart Textiles


Yr 8.Project 2 What is Textiles?
-

Assessment Criteria

Must

= bronze,
Should

= silver,
Could

= gold


Bronze




Satisfactory effort and progress


Project completed to a satisfactory
standard


Drawings are to a satisfactory level and
link to the chosen task.


Modern textiles Moodboard/collage is
presented to a reasonable standard
with limited annotation.

Including
BIOMIMETICS.


Research of smart textiles is limited
and images are of a satisfactory
standard.



Good effort and progress


Booklet completed to a good standard


Drawings are to a good level and
Colour shading shows tonal variation
from light to dark.


A well presented selection of coloured
images and drawings with annotation.


Modern textiles Moodboard/collage is
presented to a good standard with
limited annotation.

Including
BIOMIMETICS.


Environmentally friendly wet suits
research and collage/moodboard is
done to a good standard.



Research 4
-
6 images of a range of
SMART Textiles.


Annotation includes key words.

Teacher feedback
.................................................................................................................

.............................................................................................................................
...
..............

Pupil
response to feedback and project:

I agree/disagree with my mark because
:............................................................................

The best part of this project was
.........................................................................................

I have learned
......................................................................................................................

The part that I need help with and/or could improve is
.....................................................

.............................................................................................................................
...
.............

Parent/guardian feedback
..................................................................................................

Silver



Gold

Excellent
effort and progress


Booklet completed to a high
standard and presented
in a personal way.


Drawings are completed to a high standard


Including annotation and colour.


5+ technical textiles have been researched to a
detailed and a high standard.


Detailed technical textiles research and collage
created using found items/images/fabrics, drawings
and/or using ICT .



Well annotated mood board/collage.



Widely researched technical and smart
fabrics/products.


Design drawing of an Olympic sports Product is
unique and relevant to research. Incorporating
colour and annotation.



Design drawing of a SMART Product is unique and
relevant to research. Incorporating colour and
annotation.



Extension task completed to a high standard.

Through KS3
Textiles
homework projects the
Textiles

Department aims
to provide students with the opportunity to:



Explore and Create:



Collect Ideas and information to develop your

Design work/artwork.



Explain ideas and techniques for project work using words and
drawings.



Use different
textiles/Art
materials, processes and techniques when designing and
making.



Make different types of

design work


2D/3D.


Understand
and Evaluate
:



Discuss ideas and use various
terms.



Discuss and describe the work
designers and artists from
different cultures and use it to


improve your own
work.



Compare your
work
with the work of others, make notes about how it was
made.



Change your work to make it better and match your
intentions.

National Curriculum in
Design & Technology