3D-printed Clothing

Posted on August 6, 2010 by saya

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3D technology is an important emerging technique developed quickly during the past few years and it has been widely applied in the fields of advertising, furniture and electronics. And recently, three designers have even collaborated with a new 3D printer that can spit out fabric structures for clothing. When three-dimensional body data is fed into the computer, certain software will then start to work and have the printer produce fabric structures, just as what you can see from the video below. On the other hand, the new technology will also result in great changes, such as much better efficiency, less needed labor and various customized fabric structures.

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Designer: Jiri Evenhuis, Janne Kyttanen & Freedom of Creation

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