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Copyright TEC, 2007 Team Team members Jeremy Palmer – Team Lead Jeff Agricola Sarah Edge Arlo Reese Michael Rushing Aditi Shah James Smith Executives Bill Flanagan Baba Prasad
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Copyright TEC, 2007 Problem: When fabric manufactures add an antimicrobial agent to fabrics the process is slow and expensive. Product: Clean Shield Machine Commercial off the shelf parts Plasma chamber Control unit Feed rollers and sprayers Clean Shield Machine
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Copyright TEC, 2007 Value Proposition For the 1000 fabric manufacturers who need to stay competitive in the anti-microbial fabrics industry, the Cleanshield machine provides a process that can easily be incorporated into the manufacturers production line. Unlike the current lengthy and expensive two-stage wet batch processes, Cleanshield machine uses a continuous dry inorganic process that reduces costs by 40% and time by a factor of 2.
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Copyright TEC, 2007 Strengths: Opportunities: Patented process
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course BUS BUS 576 taught by Professor Baker during the Fall '07 term at N.C. Central.

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