Computer Aided Engineering and Mechatronics in Fabric Handling

A National Textile Center Experimental Program


  • Combine computer-aided engineering techniques and practical control strategies for precise fabric part handling.
  • Focus on assembly processes such as folding, joining and locating
  • Develop controls that stabilize the motion, minimize wrinkling
  • Systematically adjust for fabric property variation

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  • Dr. Christopher D. Rahn
  • Dr. Frank W. Paul
  • Stephen Mast - Graduate Student
  • Sandeep Shenoy - Graduate Student
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