Mosaic Manufacturing seems to be executing to plan.
I had a chat with the nice folks from Mosaic Manufacturing to learn more about their latest endeavors.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at a very new and eco-friendly material that could be used in 3D printing.
Adoption of additive manufacturing at Stellantis Group continues to grow, this time via innovative 3DFashion technology from Stratasys.
Hidden at the back of their Rapid+TCT booth, Mosaic Manufacturing displayed an amazing 3D print technology.
Stratasys announced a new 3D printer specialized for 3D printed fashions, the J850 TechStyle.
Susana Marques is a designer who has been using a number of 3D printers to develop functional and attractive fabrics.
Ganit Goldstein is an Israel designer developing techniques for producing fantastic 3D printed fashions.
Stephanie Santos is a designer who wants to combine the beauties of nature and art with fashion/textile technology through 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.
Polymaker and Covestro announced a new approach for producing 3D printed textiles, and there are huge implications.
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.
Charles Goulding and Andressa Bonafe discuss innovations in smart fabrics that might be impacted by 3D printing.
I’m seeing an increasing number of media stories talking about 3D knitting.
There’s a bit of a craze underway with several people exploring the process of 3D printing on fabric.
Fabric is definitely a 2D product, but it’s possible to make it 3D by integrating fabric and 3D printing.
A new making device launched this week that enables printing of clothing.
Have you ever wanted to 3D print fabric? There’s a tutorial for that.
Researchers at Carnagie Mellon and Disney have developed a new type of 3D printer that prints 3D felt objects.
New research from Virginia Tech could lead to 3D printed fabrics, and much more.
At NYC’s 3D Printshow this week there are plenty of amazing items to check out. One that caught our eye was very flexible.
A UK firm has revealed plans to produce a line of apparently 3D printed underwear. Tamicare has developed a new process that is said to enable 3D printed fabric, which they intend to produce underwear with, at least at first. The fabric generated through this process is trademarked as “CosyFlex”. It’s not entirely clear… Continue reading 3D Printed Underwear?