The presented technology has potential applications in a wide range of textile-based products. Generally speaking, the technology may be applied to textile product production lines as a means to reduce the time and energy required to get the material in the right shape. Specific applications of this include sports clothing and equipment, medical compression garments, furniture and interior products, and consumer clothing.
This technology would be primarily of interest to companies that produce textile-based products. This encompasses a broad set of industries, including specialized clothing such as sportswear, furniture, medical equipment, and other consumer goods. Additionally, companies which produce comparatively small quantities of specialized equipment which require a large amount of energy to manipulate the composite material may find this system to be more appealing compared to manual labor and methods more suited to mass production.