Let’s reimagine e-textiles

Galvorn unlocks the immense potential of smart clothing and gear.

Conductive, lightweight, comfortable yet durable. Galvorn carbon nanomaterial is available today in the form of fibers, yarns, and fabrics.

Soft, durable, conductive, and carbon-negative at scale

Modern textiles must satisfy our age-old need for durability and comfort, as well as our increasing desire for connectivity. Because Galvorn yarn can be handled like a textile thread, it can be woven together with conventional yarns to make clothing that has complex electronic functionality without sacrificing comfort or weight. And with the fashion and textile industry under intense scrutiny for its environmental impact, Galvorn’s recyclability and its potential to be carbon negative at scale make it a great choice for the textiles of today–and tomorrow.

Wearables–connected and comfortable


Galvorn yarns and films can be used to create wearable devices that range from heating elements in clothing, to power generation and feedback for our mobile devices, to wearable skin contact electrodes that monitor our health and wellness.


Capacitive touch sensing in clothing

Galvorn yarns and films can be made into capacitive touch sensing pads directly into any fabric. Any parts of the design of a piece of clothing might then double as built-in touch-sensitive buttons.

Cut-resistant with the potential to be bullet-proof


Galvon’s superior strength and ability to dissipate energy when indented with a blade makes it a good choice for cut-resistant gear, for example using dual twill weave to make cut-resistant gloves. In fact, Galvorn fibers have significantly higher cut resistance than Kevlar, Dyneema, and even S2 glass fibers. That high specific energy of Galvorn fibers has the potential for applications in ballistic armor as well, with the added benefit of being lightweight and flexible–comfort and protection!

Did you know

Galvorn combines the conductivity of metals, the flexibility of textile threads, and the durability of high-end polymers into a single material.

What will you build with Galvorn?

When we’ve been using some materials for millennia–or even decades–it can be hard to imagine the world differently.

Explore Galvorn World to learn about the numerous applications possible and the downsides of incumbent materials, including:


Carbon Fiber




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