Archives for the category: 3D printed fashion, textiles
November 14, 2013
Not only was the costume made to fit model Lindsay Ellingson perfectly using a 3D scan of her figure, it was then encrusted with millions of Swarovski crystals to really make it shine.
November 13, 2013
Thanks to the power and versatility of 3D textile printing, the Tamicare company has created a biodegradable and completely customizable fabric that comes in any desired shape, with no fabric waste. DVICE reports.
By using a spray technique, latex, cotton or other fibers are seamlessly extruded to form layers of a breathable fabric, ideal for usage in sportswear, bandages and undergarments. The machine can churn out a pair of briefs in under three seconds, meaning 10 million can be made in a year.
October 23, 2013
Conceptual Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen‘s 3D printed collection ‘Voltage’ has taken the top prize in the Dutch Design Awards‘ best fashion category. The collection, which was shown during Paris Fashion Week earlier this year, features two garments made using additive manufacturing.
September 18, 2013
3D printing fashion is quickly becoming the norm on catwalks across the globe; last week MakerBot announced their flexible filament alongside a story about a designer using a MakerBot Replicator 2 to create a fully desktop 3D printed dress and now MakerBot's mothership, Stratasys have announced that leading Colombian fashion designer Camilo Alvarez has produced his “Botanicracia” Spring/Summer 2014 collection using 3D printing technology.
Inspired by the coexistence of nature and urban technology as well as 3D printed fashion in France, Japan and the United States, Alvarez wanted to create a unique 3D accessories collection for men and women. The collection features caps, bracelets, glasses and toecaps and also dresses that incorporate a central plastic structure and knits.
August 20, 2013
Finnish designer has Janne Kyttanen has created four styles of wedges—namely the “Leaf”, “Macedonia”, “Facet” and “Classic”—of which, their design files can be downloaded for free by anyone, who can then produce it with a 3D-printer.
For now, even if you do not own a personal 3D-printing machine, you can still have your pair of wedges printed by Cubify—download the free design files here.
[via Design Taxi]
August 2, 2013
Consumers can download the free digital files for the shoes, select the size they require and print them in a colour of their choice.
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July 24, 2013
New technology could see the 3D printer become the modern equivalent of a sewing machine: simply download a design, customise it according to your body measurements, and print off a tailored garment.
June 23, 2013
May 5, 2013
3D printed Hermes belt buckle for sale on Shapeways. Definitely not a good idea. Designer can expect a cease and desist or a lawsuit if this comes to the company's attention. Hermes is very agressive when it comes to protecting their brand and products.
April 25, 2013
Fashion designer and 3D printing pioneer Iris van Herpen tells us how printing and scanning technologies could transform the fashion industry in an exclusive interview for DeZeen's print-on-demand publication Print Shift.
The 60-page, advert-free publication explores advances in 3D printing across a range of topics including fashion, food, design, architecture and even medicine, weaponry and archaeology.Order your copy here for £8.95.
April 10, 2013
Speaking to Dezeen yesterday at the launch in Milan, Ron Arad explained: "The brand wanted to advertise the fact that it's printed but I said let's not go on about it. But it's printed. It's the first pair of glasses that I know about that is one piece of material; it's monolithic. It's polyamide."
March 17, 2013
The Belgium based 3D printing company Materialise, have just released their new Laser Sintered material called TPU 92A-1. This material is flexible with several unique properties, combining durable elasticity with high tear and dynamic loading resistance. This material was used in the 3D printed dress designed by Iris van Herpen, which was showcased in the recent Paris Haute Couture show “Voltage”.
[via 3D PrintingIndustry].
To print a piece of clothing, you would first shop from an online marketplace of designs and download the outfit of your selection. In addition you need to buy a cartridge of thread, from a company or a designer. Then you can just print it out on your own 3D printer. The most interesting feature is, when you want something new, you just feed the clothes back into the machine. Clothing can be loaded back where it is broken down into thread and cleaned. The thread is returned to its cartridge for future use, cutting out the whole shipping and distributing costs and waste.
March 8, 2013
New Balance, much like Nike a couple of weeks ago — which announced having 3D printed cleats, has brought 3D printing into the manufacturing process — at least for one of its highly customized running shoe designs. 3D PrintingIndustry reports.
Athletes are measured and monitored using 100 sensors to understand their precise running style. The data gather is then used to make a custom spike plate for their running shoes
March 5, 2013
According to 3D PrintingIndustry, "The gown is composed of articulated joints that expand and contract with the undulations of the body".
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January 21, 2013
Van Herpen has attracted attention from the tech world for her experiments with 3-D printed designs. Her 3D-printed dresses made Time magazine's top 50 inventions of 2011 and her collection has been the subject of an exhibition at the Groninger Museum in Groningen, the Netherlands. As Smart Planet explains:
Her process begins by sketching clothes via Photoshop instead of on paper, and then she collaborates with engineers at the Belgian additive manufacturing company Materialise –whose other collaborators tend to be biomedical, orthopedic, and industrial companies.
3D Printed Dress – The Video and Interview, on the Catwalk, Paris Fashion Week posted by Stratasys
November 19, 2012
Neri Oxman, a design professor at MIT, explored how myth could be translated into a working, new technology. She and her colleagues spent five years researching and designing clothing that augmented human capabilities.
Using the upcoming technology of 3-D printing, a creation that Oxman calls a “paradigm shift,” the team designed the show Imaginary Beings: Mythologies Of The Not Yet with 18 prototypes that were on display at Paris’ Centre Pompidou last summer.
November 18, 2012
Printed in house at Cubify. Would you wear it to your best friends wedding?
November 13, 2012
The process used to manufacture the glasses is called Selective Laser Sintering (SRS), a sophisticated form of 3D printing that allows for the use of many different types of materials, from nylon to steel.
October 31, 2012
At Mass based fashion company Continuum Fashion, Jenna Fizel and Mary Huang have recently 3D printed a line of shoes.
[via Here & Now]
April 3, 2012
Van Herpen’s clothes–like the exquisite shirt shown above, from her 2011 “Escapism” collection–are so artful that they are the subject of an exhibition at the Groninger Museum in Groningen, the Netherlands.
June 6, 2011