Stratasys announced a new 3D printer specialized for 3D printed fashions, the J850 TechStyle.
Amazon announced a new product they call “Made For You”, and it could lead to astounding changes in the 3D print industry and consumer market.
Ganit Goldstein is an Israel designer developing techniques for producing fantastic 3D printed fashions.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi consider next steps for Puma and how 3D printing could impact the latest style icon collaboration.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi consider whether a recent move in retail might be helped even further by incorporating advanced technologies like 3D printing.
We had a chance to interview Susana Marques, a designer who has been using a number of 3D printers to develop functional and attractive fabrics.
We had a chance to interview Susana Marques, a fashion designer who has been using a number of 3D printers to develop functional and attractive fabrics.
When will 3D printing finally change the fashion industry? It may happen soon with Stratasys’ announcement of a way to 3D print in full color directly on fabric using production processes.
I’m looking at an interesting 3D model service called Bodyblock.
3D printed fashion added to the extravaganza that is the Met Gala this year.
Stephania went from studying all about the fashion industry to Tech, through IOT and wearable technology.
The fashion industry has seen its fair share of 3D printed innovation, which has hit catwalks all over the world and been incorporated into the collections of designers such as Iris van Herpen, Chanel and Noa Raviv, among others.
A recent TED talk by Danit Peleg shows how a designer can use 3D printing to create their own fashions.
Stratasys announced a fascinating set of 3D printed dresses that use unique methods that could attract more designers to their services.
You may have seen fantastic 3D fashion prints worn by models, but what is it like to actually wear such outfits? We found out.
Every once in a while, we see spectacular 3D printed fashions displayed on a runway by supermodels. But are these pieces practical?
3D printed nails startup CLAWZ managed to get covered in Elle, a notable fashion publication. Does this mean something important is about to happen?
If you have any notion of creating your own 3D printed fashion, you’d best take advantage of this opportunity.
A project has invented what we believe to be an entirely new category of fashion accessory: Shoe Accessories by PUNGAS.
Mashable proposes that 3D printing will enable a “Napster for Fashion”. We don’t think so.
3D printing technology is affecting everything. It even affects the way you produce a fashion show.
It’s still quite early in its lifecycle, but Stratasys’ new Connex3 color 3D printing technology is beginning to have an affect on one application: fashion.
Mary Huang, co-founder of Continuum Fashion recently spoke at a LeWeb event, where she described some of their work to produce ready-to-wear 3D printed shoes. Ms. Huang explained the basics of 3D printing, which is still new to many. It seems that 3D printing with desktop equipment is actually quite suitable for the production… Continue reading Continuum Fashion Speaks
Many of you may have never attended a proper fashion show and we thought it might be interesting to give you a little bit of the flavor of such an event with video from the London 2013 3D Printed Fashion Show. First we have a video of one model showing “Half Entity” by… Continue reading What is it Like at a 3D Printed Fashion Show?
Unaccustomed to attending any fashion show, let alone a 3D printed show, we were surprised and perhaps even shocked to see startling works displayed on the runway by professional models. The works ranged from simple accessories, such as bangles or necklaces, to highly complex headdresses and apparel that defied description. We noted audience members… Continue reading The Fashion Show at 3D Printshow 2013
It’s easy to imagine using 3D prints. Print a doorstop and hold a door open. Print a coathook and hang up your jacket. Print a replacement gear and fix your whatever. But fashions. We’ve seen several truly fascinating 3D printed fashion shows in past months, including one from notable 3D fashion designer Iris Van… Continue reading Would You Actually Wear 3D Printed Fashions?
Kuala Lumpur was the scene of the first 3D printed fashion show to take place in Asia. Designer Melinda Looi of Malaysia teamed with 3D print service Materialise to produce the works shown. Five startling creations were shown by models who wore the pieces in bodysuits to focus attention on the 3D printed articles. … Continue reading The First 3D Printed Fashion Show in Asia
We may be past the pioneering stage in 3D printed fashion. While there have been several experimental forays into 3D printed clothing and accessories, we’re now seeing more fashion designers join the 3D printing movement. Today we’re reading of designer Catherine Wales, who previously worked on projects for Yves Saint Laurent, has developed an… Continue reading More Fashion Designers Moving to 3D Printing
There’s an increasing interest in 3D printed fashions, perhaps because of the novelty of 3D printing, but we suspect also because you’re able to create fashions that could otherwise not be manufactured. As wonderful as such fashion may be, it has been difficult for the public to understand it as 3D printed fashion shows are… Continue reading Incredible 3D Fashion Video
\As part of Paris Fashion Week, 3D printing giants Stratasys and Materialise collaborated with noted 3D fashion artist Iris van Herpen on her “VOLTAGE” haute couture show. van Herpen has previously produced fascinating 3D printed fashions and this show continued with some startling and revealing designs. Two of the eleven pieces made by van… Continue reading 3D Printed Fashion In Paris Show
If you’re looking for fashion accessories produced on your own 3D printer you may have difficulty finding 3D models in public repositories. Instead you might consider designing 3D fashion accessories yourself – and there’s an Instructables guide to show you how. Instructables user kaadee404 produced a lengthy set of instructions for producing a Lip… Continue reading Fashion Design For 3D Printers
Mashable interviews a pair of fashion designers with a twist: they use 21st century techniques to create their items, including web-based fitting, embedded electronics, computational design generation and of course 3D printing. Mary Huang and Jenna Fizel own Continuum Fashion where they explore the possibilities of applying new technology and techniques to the fashion… Continue reading A Pair of 3D Print Fashion Designers
Interested in fashion or jewelry design? Want to do it with 3D printing technology? If so, you may want to attend one of the workshops taking place at ELISAVA, School of Design and Engineering of Barcelona. There are two five-day workshops scheduled, one from 23-27 July and a second edition from 10-14 September of… Continue reading Fashion and Jewelry 3D Printing Workshop
We’ve received additional images and now a video of the 3D printed fashion event held at Rapid 2012 this past week from NYC-based designer Aaron Trocola, who appears here with model Abbey – and wearing one of his works. Aaron’s exceptional video of the 3D printed fashion show runway, intermixed with shots of several… Continue reading More 3D Printed Fashion from Rapid 2012
We weren’t able to attend Rapid 2012’s 3D printed fashion show, but we obtained photos of the event for your perusal today courtesy of designer Aaron Trocola, whose work was one of those featured in the show. Incidentally, you can see more of Aaron’s work at his Shapeways shop. Model at the aftershow reception… Continue reading Rapid 2012’s Fashion Show: Pics
While much of Rapid 2012 centered on manufacturing and part development and analysis, we observed a fair bit of fashion. Here’s what we saw. Among several jewelry items was this amazing bracelet, designed by the Nervous System Design Studio. Speaking of jewelry, we caught a glimpse of this rather elaborate 3D printed ring… Continue reading 3D Printed Fashion at Rapid 2012
Iris van Herpen’s startling clothing designs are worn even by Lady Gaga – but now Ms. van Herpen has used 3D print technology to produce some totally awesome items exhibited at the Amsterdam International Fashion Week in July. The “Crystallization” collection included the amazing top seen above. We especially like the back view (click for… Continue reading Wearable 3D Fashion
A recent post by Core77 described how 3D printers are being used to produce one-off fashion shoes. While we are somewhat skeptical of the fashion score of these particular heels, the idea is interesting: print a newly designed pair of shoes each time you go out; recycle the material into a new pair for the… Continue reading Fashionable 3D Printing
This week’s selection is the text embosser by Reddit contributor snitem.
This week’s selection is the Voxel Chair V1.0 by Nagami Design.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at how an upcoming spin off could make use of 3D print technology.
This week’s selection is “Soonish: Ten Emerging Technologies That’ll Improve and/or Ruin Everything” by Kelly Weinersmith and Zach Weinersmith.
Charles Goulding & Andressa Bonafe examine the possibilities of 3D printing with the metaverse.
Hidden at the back of their Rapid+TCT booth, Mosaic Manufacturing displayed an amazing 3D print technology.
Materialise develops an algorithm to 3D print custom speaker grills that visually represent any song.
This week’s selection is the set of Starship 3D models by Yoan Soilen.
Charles Goulding & Andressa Bonafe examine how NFTs could make considerable use of 3D printing.
Charles R. Goulding y Andressa Bonafe examinan los últimos desarrollos en la fabricación aditiva en México.
Charles R. Goulding and Andressa Bonafe examine the latest developments in additive manufacturing in Mexico.
This week’s selection is “FreeCAD 0.19 Learn by Doing”.
More questions arise about the new Anker M5 3D printer, even before it ships.
Several new AM materials were announced in the past week.
HP announced a partnership with Legor to enable 3D printing of precious metals, including gold and silver.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at Mattel’s use of NFTs and 3D printing.
A quiet post on LinkedIn seems to suggest Amazon is planning some activity in additive manufacturing.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at the recent increase in 3D printing taking place in Pakistan.
Charles R. Goulding and Johnson Jiang examine how a 3D printing lab helped transform Cooper Union.
LIDAR-based 3D body scanning technology has been licensed by Cornell University to a fashion startup.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at the use of Lucite and similar materials in industry and 3D printing.
Charles R. Goulding & Andressa Bonafe look at the use of 3D printing technology in the high-end fashion industry.
E3D-Online clarified their position on use of their Revo hot end design.
This week’s selection are the Wooden Train Track Extensions models by Michal Fanta.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at recent high-profile 3D printing activity in Italy.
This week’s selection is a life size 3D printed airplane model by Materialise Manufacturing.
Once again we take a look at the valuations of the major 3D printing companies over the past week.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi suggest ZARA should do a lot more 3D printing.
Researchers at the University of Minnesota have developed an unusual process to 3D print a prototype OLED display that’s actually flexible.
A resurgence in popularity for vinyl music coincided with the democratization of 3D printing technologies.
Slicing software is a key element in any 3D printing workflow, but what are the options?
This week’s selection is the HeartBeatDress by designer Anouk Wipprecht.
Charles Goulding and Joseph Castine look at how 3D printing technology might alleviate some of the current construction procurement challenges.
We took a close look at the HALOT-ONE desktop 3D printer.
Charles R. Goulding and Harry Foxman look at how the pandemic could encourage fashion makers to use more 3D printing technology.
The business case for using additive manufacturing has always been challenging for many industries, but now things are becoming much clearer.
A support material you may not have heard of is VXL, and it could be the best support material available today.
Once again we take a look at the valuations of the major 3D printing companies over the past week.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at developments in 3D printed footwear.
3D printing innovations have had a positive impact on so many different industries.
This autobiography is a remarkable book and a must-read for those interested in innovation, design, manufacturing, and business.
Porsche announced they intend to offer 3D printed seats for certain models beginning in February.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine the value of 3D printing technology for Allbirds, a footwear manufacturer.
Researchers have found a way to 3D print soft, bio-electronic sensors that directly integrate with the body
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at two different equipment manufacturers and how they use 3D printing technology.
Three 3D print companies are using social media in different ways to reach their audience.
It’s 2021, and that means only one thing: SOLIDWORKS 2022 is coming out.
6K announced a huge US$51M investment raise, allow them to triple their capacity.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at the coronavirus situation in Vietnam and how it has affected supply chains.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at eyewear companies leveraging 3D printing for fashion products.
This week’s selection is the electroplated Thor Hammer by engineer Ian Chamas.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at the possibilities when using 3D printing for plumbing applications.
Researchers have found a way to print liquid crystals with iridescence and polarization patterns.
A California company seems to have figured out how to take construction 3D printing to the next level.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine how art is influenced by 3D printing through an automotive art show.
Charles R. Goulding and Joseph Castine consider how advances in 3D printing with wood materials might impact the overall future of forestry.
They may look like shoes from an ‘80s Barbie doll, but a lot of technical know-how went into the 3D printed high heels from luxury brand Balenciaga.