Morphotex and the Butterfly | Morphotex y la Mariposa

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Morpho butterflies remain a vibrant blue throughout their lives, without ever needing a coat of paint to spruce up a dull finish. The scales on their wings are made of many layers of proteins that refract light in different ways, and the color we see often is due entirely to the play of light and structure rather than the presence of pigments.

The amazing fiber called Morphotex is the firs fiber material that realizes a mysterious color illuination with  no pigmentation.  Teijin Fibers offers 120-tex/12-filament yarn for apparel applications, and 80-tex/20-filaments for paints. Most of the products are used for apparel including denim and women’s wear. Powder will be supplied for paints for electricity-, auto- and printing-related products pendant to be applied in design projects. See more in Ask Nature and Teijin Fibers.

Las mariposas Morpho en toda su vida nos remiten  a un azul brillate sin necesitar nunca de una capa o retocada de pintura. Vistos a pequena escala sus alas estan constituidas de multiples capas de proteinas que refractan la luz en diferentes direcciones, y el color que vemos es siempre un juego entre la luz y su estructura ma que pigmentos.

La increible fibra llamada Morphotex es la primera en su tipo que realiza esea misteriosa iluminacion colorida sin ningun tipo de pigmento. Teijin Fibres creo un filamento para aplicacion en textiles y otro filamento para pinturas. Estos hoy pueden ser utilizados en la confeccion de ropa, polvos para pintura horneada y de impresion todos ellos pendientes a ser aplicados en proyectos de diseno.

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