...more than just yarn
Bäumlin, Ernst & Co. started production in February 1920.
beag produced cotton twisted threads for embroidery and sewing applications. They were used for the decoration and finishing of fabrics.
«Official advertising poster in a technical magazine from 1920»
In the meantime, there has been far-reaching structural and technological changes.
beag still produces threads for embroidery, but with a different focus. The modern threads do not just have to have a textile haptic, but also fulfil functions.
Nowadays blended threads for embroidery made of silver-plated yarns and conductive copper wires can be used in light-emitting and heating textiles.
Blends of steel and aramid are used as fire- and cut-resistant sewing threads.
«Sewing threads on embroidery bobbin for technical applications»