Heriot Watt School of Textiles and Design
The largest educational knit, weave and print workshops in Europe, with access to facilities and technical support for professionals and industry.
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The facility has access to the majority of textile processes, machines and materials. Industry, businesses and design professionals interested in using the facilities can do so for a small membership fee, though at busy times priority will be given to student use. Typically, companies use the facilities for commercial research, experimental projects and testing. There are on site technicians to support product development.
|Turnaround Time||1 - 12 weeks|
MaterialsTextiles Wool Angora Cashmere Cotton Cashmere / Silk Show more
ProcessesPattern Cutting Knitting Weaving Screenprinting Reactive Digital Fabric Printing Dobby Loom Weaving Show more
MachinesDigital Fabric Printer Janome Overlocker Dobby Loom Jacquard Loom Hattersley Domestic Loom Knitting Machine Show more
The School of Textiles & Design is the second oldest textile institution in the world, dating back to 1883. As the renowned Scottish College of Textiles, and since joining Heriot-Watt in 1998, the School has specialised in the education of professionals and practitioners in the global textile and clothing industries, established a reputation as one of the world's leading textile institutions.
Contact Heriot Watt School of Textiles and Design
|Contact||Dr Britta Kalkreuter
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|Address||Heriot-Watt University, Nether Road, Galashiels, Selkirkshire TD1 3HE|