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The TechStyleLAB will ultimately be able to support small companies as an 'incubator' space to take advantage of combined access to the tools. This process has already started at the grassroots level through initial partnerships with small entrepreneurial Ohio businesses to provide on-demand production digital prints for textile products. The commercial service is used as a means to generate income to support the TechStyleLAB's activities, as well as to provide a more meaningful understanding of the commercial and production oriented issues of the technology.

The TechStyleLAB places design and business-led inquiry at the heart of its research directive. We welcome explorations into historical/archival research and potential reinterpretations with the digital technologies, wearable technologies, hardware and software development, web-based presentation and marketing channels, the cultural/social/psychological aspects of textiles, and the creation of artifacts for exhibition purposes.

By housing and creating this research/commercial environment in the context of The Fashion School, we will be able to integrate students into the model for both research projects and commercial service solutions, allowing for rich learning experiences that extend well beyond the standard classroom environment.

J.R. Campbell

J.R. Campbell, MFA,

PGCert. in Ph.D. Supervision
Professor and Director
Kevin Wolfgang:

Kevin Wolfgang

TechStyleLAB Outreach Manager
Margarita Benitez

Margarita Benitez

TT - Assistant Professor,
Fashion Design


James Ahmed

James Ahmad

IT Specialist

Equipment List

Mimaki DS-1600

Textile Printer
16-color, 8-head, high resolution textile printer can print fabric up to 64 inches width and 7mm thick.
Mimaki DS-1600 Textile Printer



Radian Laser Cutting Machine

Designed for the textile and embroidery industry.


Radian Laser FB1600

2x Tajima TEHX-C1501

Embroidery Machines
Single-head, 15-needle embroidery machine.
Tajima TEHX-C1501 Embroidery Machine




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