JUNOPI vegan fabric
There are cotton, silk, and hemp fabric for Korean traditional fabrics
However, the Korean fabric to be introduced this time is a fabric with a traditional Korean paper pattern.
Moreover, it is a sustainable eco-friendly fabric.
The name of the fabric is JUNOPI. Originally, there were various names such as Hanji canvas and Hanji suede fabric. There was no common name to call the fabric developed by grafting hanji patterns.
So, Daejin S&T took the old word for traditional Korean paper, 'Jupi', and named it 'JUNOPI'.
As mentioned above, JUNOPI fabric is a combination of traditional Korean paper from Jeonju and various sustainable eco-friendly fabrics produced by Daejin S&T. In particular, traditional hanji uses only hanji made by hand by real artisans.
This technology is a patented technology.
There have been companies that have produced similar fabrics before, but they have not been patented. The reason is that when hanji and fabric are grafted, the phenomenon of overlapping is manifested, which lowers the marketability.
By the way, JUNOPI fabric made by Daejin S&T company solves the problem of crying or overlapping, so the marketability is high.
METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING ADHESIVE KOREAN PAPER AND FABRIC
Samples made by DIY
In fact, I personally made a pouch to store the Samsung Galaxy Tab with the fabric.
Even after 2 years, I am still using it without crying or overlapping. In other words. If it is a fabric with excellent durability like this, I think it will definitely be a good product even if it is used for bags, shoes, and various fashion accessories.
Variety of Product Possibilities
It is a fabric with marketability that can be applied from aprons to various pouches.
In particular, the vase cover product is a product that is actually being sold. I think It is a product with great ideas.
Characteristics of JUNOPI
The characteristics of JUNOPI are listed as follows.
1. It is a sustainable eco-friendly fabric.
: The grafted fabric itself is a sustainable fabric and is made with an eco-friendly method.
2. It represents Korea because it contains Hanji patterns.
: The naturalness of the Hanji pattern itself is Korean. It's a fabric that doesn't exist anywhere.
3. It is a durable fabric.
: Longer and more durable than leather.
4. Water does not seep through.
: Applicable to various products as patented technology is reflected in the grafting process so that water does not permeate.
5. It has no toxicity.
: The grafted fabric itself is produced without toxicity, and traditional Korean paper does not contain any harmful ingredients. In addition, it is made with an eco-friendly method and does not contain any harmful ingredients.
I can tell you that it is JUNOPI that any designer who considers a Korean image should definitely consider.
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Daejin S&T produces more sustainable and eco-friendly fabrics.
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