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Custom Technical Fabric

Get your technical fabric printed online. Browse the selection of unique technical fabrics, that can be customised by you online. From Lycra to Neoprene, there is a fabric for everyone and every project.

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1-2 Days Production
1-2 Days Production

Cottons, Silks, Jerseys, Recycled Poly-fabrics & more

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Soft Shell Jersey

2 layers of fabric bonded, stylish, smooth face, soft, brushed back, 350gsm, breathable, elegant drape, pliable.

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Slinky Lycra Matt

Slinky, form-fitting, 210gsm, soft, stretchy, matt, opaque, smooth and slippy, 4-way stretch, supportive.

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Scuba Crepe

Heavy weight, 290gsm, spun yarns, solid fabric, highly flexible, stretchy, excellent recovery, textured, crepe face, 4-way stretch

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Heavy weight, weft knitted, 275gsm, solid, poly-blend, 4-way stretch, soft, matt, opaque, smooth face.

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Waterproof, non-fray, matt, stiff, square grid weave, poly blend, tight, closed construct, solid, transparent, 65gsm.

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Heavy weight, 1000gsm, knitted poly face, black neoprene backing, tight knit, solid, black out, soft, spongy, flexible.

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Lycra Soft Sheen

85:15 polyester: elastane ratio, soft, shiny face, 4-way stretch, retains shape, highly flexible, moisture wicking, solid, strong.

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Lycra Matt

90% / 10% polyester: elastane ratio, soft, elastic, good drape, smooth, matt, subtle sheen, 140gsm.

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Lycra Heavy Matt

Thick and durable Lycra 92% / 8% polyester: elastane ration, bacteria resistant, basic UV protection, heavy weight, soft.

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Linden Waterproof

Plain weave, poly, produces excellent colour and detail, no fray, waterproof, very thin, 120gsm, solid, tight, durable.

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Florence Net

Poly-based, fray resistant, power mesh, open construct design, lightweight, 60gsm, 4-way stretch, highly flexible, soft.

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Ella Waterproof

Very lightweight, 70gsm, tough and durable, flexible, poly-based, tightly woven, waterproof, perfect for umbrellas.

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Breathable Waterproof

Practical and functional, water resistant, quick dry, 100% breathable, 155gsm, allows perspiration to evaporate.

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Airflow Light Sports Stretch

Pique knit, unique holes, woven poly-blend, soft, 140gsm, breathable and easy to move in, air flows through.

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What is technical fabric?

There are many kinds of technical fabric available on the market. They are used in everything from sportswear, to even sleepwear. A technical fabric is a material that provides some kind of function and benefit. Primarily, these materials were produced for non-aesthetic purposes, where function was the main criteria. However, as fabric technology continues to grow, finding technical fabrics that are both functional and stylish are now far easier to come by.

Some popular technical fabrics include:

  • Airflow Sports Stretchpoly-blend, breathable, wearer stays cool
  • Breathable Waterproof100% water resistant, quick to dry, breathable
  • Power Netfray-resistant, mesh-like, highly flexible, breathable
  • Heavy Lycrastretchy and form-fitting, easy to manipulate, excellent recovery
  • Neoprenevery thick and spongy, black-out, highly flexible, insulating
  • Ripstopwaterproof, strong and solid, weatherproof
  • Scubaflexible, lightweight, modern, easy to work with
  • Softshell Jersey2 layers of bonded fabric, heavy yet flexible, breathable, pliable

How is it manufactured?

Every technical fabric is manufactured in their own unique way. Technical expertise, wide ranges of fibres, fabric performance and techniques are explored to create the most proficient and useful materials available. Some common types of technical materials can include:

  1. Industrial textiles
  2. Functional textiles
  3. Performance textiles
  4. High-tech textiles
  5. Engineered textiles
Each of these are manufactured individually, using a great amount of scientific research and analysis to ensure they are fit for purpose.

Purposes of technical fabric

Technical fabrics can range from protective clothing, to medical textiles, to sportswear and even spacesuits. The purpose of these materials is always to provide a function to the intended purpose. For example, firefighters require a uniform that can protect them from heat and radiation. The fabrics used to create these uniforms are specialised and go through years of testing.


Because there are so many different functions for technical textiles, it goes without saying that there are a plethora of properties. The functional properties normally outweigh the aesthetic qualities, as these are fabrics designed for a function and a purpose. They can be woven or non-woven, or a fusion of both. They can also be made from a single or several layers. There are many kinds of fibres that can go into the production of technical fabrics, depending on what the need is.

Advantages of technical fabric

It is not always enough for a textile to look and feel good; as technology advances, it also needs to do good. Whether it is keeping you dry and cool while running the marathon, or providing heat and insulation when trekking in the mountains, technical fabrics provide a huge range of advantages in every day life to the more complex and niche areas. Advancements in textile technology allow us to readily enjoy these materials on a daily basis, including garments as simple as those that allow your skin to breathe, while keeping you warm and dry. There are even fabrics that have been combined with satellite technology, that allows tracking, and even phone calls to be made. When it comes to these textiles, the sky truly is the limit.