Adoption of additive manufacturing at Stellantis Group continues to grow, this time via innovative 3DFashion technology from Stratasys.
This week’s selection is the GnoMon 3D printed fashion collection by designer Ganit Goldstein.
I’m looking at an unusual form of 3D printing involving textiles.
A new process allows 3D printing of wool to create highly unusual fabric objects and textures.
Did you know that the first wearable electronic computer was built to cheat at roulette?
Many 3D models are produced by combining and contorting basic shapes, such as cubes, spheres and cylinders, or by distorting a mesh by pushing and pulling vertices. Highly complex objects are quite possible, but laborious to produce. In other words, they’re rarely attempted by most 3D printer operators. But now there may be a… Continue reading Put A Sweater On Your 3D Model
Strange things continue to appear at the Design and the Elastic Mind exhibit in New York City. This time someone has posted pictures of textiles apparently made on a 3D printer. Unfortunately, the image comes with few (well, no) details, so we can only speculate how this was done. Perhaps using a unique type of… Continue reading Elastic Fabric