Hello people. I'm thinking of using something like Twaron or Nomex fabric for a new application but one of the draw backs is the heat insulation property of these fabrics and I need to get around that and hopefully (in a wish upon a star kind of way) add a bit to the heat it can take. I was thinking of using metal wire, weaving it through the fabric and those would then conduct the heat through to the other side and, as I said, hopefully divert some of the heat off of the Twaron/Nomex fibers. Not taking anything for granted, would it conduct heat through and would it lessen the strain on the fabric? My guess would be yes for the former and no for the latter but I'd like your input on the matter as you surely know more about it than I. Any other ideas on achieving the effects I hope for would be appreciated. Thank you for your time.