Ceramic Fibers and Textiles

BLOG ENTRY #1 Ceramic Fibers and Textiles When a fire breaks out, there is only so much you could do to evacuate the area as soon as possible. In many cases, there may be so little time to react that limits your options of survival, as you possibly don’t have the resources to perform the … Continue reading

Fibre Panel – NylonPrime (by: Katrina Luo)

NylonPrime is a molded composite panel from recycled carpet. Natural(wool) and synthetic(nylon 6 and nylon 6.6) fibres from post consumer carpet is bonded using a synthetic resin (non-urea formaldehyde) with heat and pressure to create rigid paneling for construction. The panels have good compressive and impact strength, and water, mold and rot resistant, may be … Continue reading


Skate of Mind

  Poster: Mona Abada

APINAT BioPlastics

    Published By: Dayna Saba

3D Food Printers (by Katrina Luo)

The most innovative dessert printer we’ve seen yet ! 3D printing technique has took a step further in the food industry, there are numbers of 3D food printers on the market, but most simply create shapes from pre-prepared ingredients. However, one 3D printing company has gone in a different direction, it does not limit to already-process … Continue reading

Materials + Sustainability Poster Exhibition

There is a Materials + Sustainability Poster Exhibition at OCADU this week only 25th – 29th November. The work shows examples from student posters on innovative sustainable materials as well as Sustainable Material Specification sheets and Eco Labelling. The show is on at Level 2 outside the Fiber studio, do come and see! Digital copies … Continue reading