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January/February 2009:

Magenn Power's wind turbine connects to the power grid via a Vectran®/copper tether system and is covered by Vectran fabric.

Photograph courtesy of Magenn Power Inc.

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March/April 2009:

Filtration is the largest dollar end-use nonwovens market in North America, with the segment generating $735 million in sales in 2007.

Photograph courtesy of Entegris Corp.

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May/June 2009:

An automotive technician measures a vehicle's interior acoustics, which are improved with the use of sound-absorbing nonwoven materials.

Photograph courtesy of Rieter Automotive Systems

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July/August 2009:

The Verdant Walk, Cleveland, designed by North Design Office for Cleveland Public Art and fabricated by Eventscape Inc., comprises fabric-covered metal forms with solar panels attached to charge internal LED lights.

Photograph courtesy of North Design Office

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September/October 2009:

Seamless knitting technologies have applications in numerous apparel product segments.
Photograph courtesy of Karl Mayer Textilmaschinen GmbH; photographed by Jean-Luc Valentin.

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November/December 2009

November/December 2009:

Spacesuit materials developed by ILC Dover are the basis for materials the company is developing for an inflatable lunar habitat proposed as part of NASA's Constellation program to establish a permanent base on the Moon.

Photograph courtesy of NASA

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