Seating fabric and leather

  • 04-Nov-2013 02:33 EST
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With its new line of automotive fabric and leather concepts for customers worldwide, Lear Corp.’s seat surface material capabilities now extend to a full range of custom finishing techniques, including laser etching, embroidery, embossing, perforations, and polymer printing. The new collection features processes for fabric and leather designs that also include options for customization, durability, and protection. This new range of designs and technologies allows more creativity for an OEM designer, the company claims. Lear’s leather and fabric collection incorporates six innovations in automotive seat surface materials that are branded as Aventino Signature, Aventino Defense (pictured, enables light leather color choices with dye transfer prevention and greater cleaning capability for enhanced leather protection), TeXstyle Defense, TeXstyle Enhance, TeXstyle Lite, and TeXstyle Tough.

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