This week’s selection are the Croc Toes by Cults contributor HBRDL.
Charles R. Goulding discusses Robin Woolard’s 3D printed jewelry collection showcased at the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco, California.
Designed with Onshape, manufactured with the new HP Jet Fusion 5420W system.
This week’s selection is the shocking Rubber Band Mid Print Bracelet by Printables contributor NagyBig.
This week’s selection is “Digital Crafts: Industrial Technologies for Applied Artists and Designer Makers” by Fabbaloo friend Anne Marie Shillito.
This week’s selection is the Braiding Machine by Printables contributor “Jack”.
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.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at the use of 3D printing in the high fashion industry.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at a new footwear fashion trend and its relationship to 3D printing.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at how one industry changed and enabled a range of 3D printing applications.
This week’s selection is the GnoMon 3D printed fashion collection by designer Ganit Goldstein.
Charles Goulding and Andressa Bonafe examine the incredible and growing use of 3D printing at beauty giant L’Oréal.
Stratasys announced a new 3D printer specialized for 3D printed fashions, the J850 TechStyle.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at the recent increase in 3D printing taking place in Pakistan.
LIDAR-based 3D body scanning technology has been licensed by Cornell University to a fashion startup.
Charles R. Goulding & Andressa Bonafe look at the use of 3D printing technology in the high-end fashion industry.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi have some thoughts about what might transpire in the world of 3D printing during 2022.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi suggest ZARA should do a lot more 3D printing.
This week’s selection is the HeartBeatDress by designer Anouk Wipprecht.
Charles R. Goulding and Harry Foxman look at how the pandemic could encourage fashion makers to use more 3D printing technology.
3D printing innovations have had a positive impact on so many different industries.
This week’s selection is the Web Wallet by Craig Brice of Tessallation Studio.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at the relevance of DIY 3D printing projects.
This week’s selection is the 3D printed dress by designer Sophy Wong.
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.
Researchers have developed a new algorithm that could light up the 3D printed fashion industry.
Balenciaga has been sending $3K 3D printed high heels to celebrities, but does that translate to everyday fashion?
I’m looking at an unusual form of 3D printing involving textiles.
Susana Marques is a designer who has been using a number of 3D printers to develop functional and attractive fabrics.
MAGARIMONO and Shining 3D Additive collaborate to create footwear that oversteps the boundaries between creativity and technology.
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.
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.
This week’s selection is the scary Quarantine Haircut Robot by YouTuber Shane Wighton.
Polymaker and Covestro announced a new approach for producing 3D printed textiles, and there are huge implications.
INTAMSYS announced a radically new 3D printer, the FLEX 510, which is able to 3D print flexible objects at very high speeds.
A new process allows 3D printing of wool to create highly unusual fabric objects and textures.
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.
Need inspiration for 3D design? Designer and now author Francis Bitonti’s new book offers a peek into the mind of an additive manufacturing designer, whose 3D prints continue to amaze all.
From 3D glasses to jewellery, 3D printing is now being incorporated into more and more industries — and the shoe industry is no different.
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.
A collaborative design project is celebrating hundreds of women in STEAM.
Melissa Ng’s stunning Phoenix Gauntlets are inspired by 15th century armor and brought to new fashionable life with 3D printed jacket molds.
This week’s selection is the astonishing Spider Dress by Anouk Wipprecht.
This week’s selection is “Make It, Wear It: Wearable Electronics for Makers, Crafters, and Cosplayers” by Shahrye Cohen and Hal Rodriguez.
You may think creating cosplay costumes involves locking yourself up in a garage
Nike announced a new “3-D Printed” running shoe, but it seems a bit strange to me.
There’s a bit of a craze underway with several people exploring the process of 3D printing on fabric.
This week Amazon acquired a 3D modeling company, and I’m wondering where this may go in the future.
There are 3D print fashion designers, and there are fashion designers who go a bit farther. One of them is Francis Bitonti.
Remember Openknit? The open source knitting machine made from 3D printed parts? Creator Gerard Rubio is back with the next generation of making DIY clothes easy and more accessible.
This week’s selection is the amazing “Knot Knits” part set by UK artist Rob Elford.
This week’s selection is the peculiar “Pulmonary” earrings by British designer William Stanley.
Sarah is the founder of Convolo Design, an Australian-based design studio.
Annallisa Nicola is the CEO and co-founder of XYZBAG.
This is part 1 of a two-part series exploring the fate of a 3D printing startup.
Another exploratory 3D print business venture has launched, 3DTie, which, unsurprisingly, produces a line of 3D printed ties.
This is part 2 of a two-part series exploring the fate of a 3D printing startup. You can find part 1 here.
Anarkik3D seems to have found a niche for their haptic 3D design software: Jewelry.
Footwear maker Under Armour announced a small experiment in 3D printing, but it isn’t what you might think.
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 crowdfunding project has demonstrated a method of producing custom-fit shoes using 3D scanning that could be adapted for 3D printing.
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.
Rachel Nhan was among the featured designers on the runway. Rachel became famous in the 3D Printing industry thanks to her 3D Printed Neckpiece, before even graduating!
Did you know you could design your own uniquely complex 3D models with the help of Nervous System’s set of generator apps?
This week’s selection is a stunning 3D printed metal bracelet by noted 3D artist Francis Bitonti.
3D Systems has developed a very simple process for integrating 3D printed models into fabrics, which they’ve named “Fabricate”.
the Vortex Dress.
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?
A Shanghai-based project enables people to show their mood using 3D printed eyewear.
3D printed nails startup CLAWZ managed to get covered in Elle, a notable fashion publication. Does this mean something important is about to happen?
3D printed fashion nail provider CLAWZ is now selling their first product: “Phases”.
Mexico-based Ideaz 3D is attempting to develop a very unique 3D print application, Ancestro3D.
CLAWZ is a fashion company using 3D printing to produce radical luxury press-on nails. We spoke with them to find out more.
This week’s selection is Dutch designer Anouk Wipprecht’s Smoke Dress.
We spent some time testing the new uformit generative 3D model service and found some amazing results.
This week’s selection is Nervous Systems’ startling Kinematics Dress.
If you have any notion of creating your own 3D printed fashion, you’d best take advantage of this opportunity.
3D printers require 3D models in order to function, so it’s no surprise we see multiple startups hoping to supply great 3D models for printing. One of them is WonderLuk.
One of the biggest winners in 3D printing crowdfunding has been 3Doodler. After a year of experience it seems they’re still finding out what’s possible with their machine.
Uformia’s shape-changing 3D service has a new capability: body matching.
We’ve been contacted by an Italian-Brazilian startup that’s producing 3D printed sunglasses.
This week’s selection is “Crybaby” 3D printed shoes by artist Sebastian Errazuriz.
This week’s selection is x.pose by designers Xuedi Chen and Pedro G. C. Oliveira.
Custom eyewear site Willy Wagner makes heavy use of 3D printing. But you’d never know it.
We’ve all seen images of fantastic 3D printed shoes over the past couple of years, but if you were to look close and handle them, you’d find they weren’t particularly wearable. Now that’s set to change.
This week’s selection is the Airport Security Belt by Norwegian Kris Cleven.
This week’s selection is Luis Rodriguez Alcalde’s 3D Printed Apron.
RSscan and Materialise have teamed up to create RSPrint, a new joint venture that is capable of scanning human feet and 3D printing custom insoles that precisely fit the scanned human.