|Type||Privately held company|
|Headquarters||Bloomfield Hills, Michigan|
Acme Mills is a privately held textiles conversion and finishing company based in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Founded in 1917, it is part of the Acme Group of companies. Activities of the company include cutting, sewing, dyeing, and applying textile finishing to fabrics.
Acme Mills was founded in 1917 as a mill to manufacture cotton batting for use in the automotive industry for seat cushions. The company is now a supplier of industrial fabrics to automotive, furniture, and aviation seating companies.
Dymetrol is a woven fabric suspension system. The fabric utilizes a patented elastomeric mono-filament called hytrel that stretches and form a suspension system. The fabric was introduced by Du Pont in 1984 at the SAE Show in Detroit. Dymetrol has been adapted for use in vehicles, furniture, aviation, trains, boats, trucks, and tractors.
- Du Pont, Initials. (2007). Dupont filaments. Retrieved from http://www2.dupont.com/Filaments/en_US/assets/downloads/Dymetrol/Suspension.pdf
- Dymetrol Product. (2009). What is Dymetrol?. Retrieved (2010, August 4) http://www.dymetrol.de/english/products/product.htm