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A collection of 3D fabrics that fold, fracture and turn three-dimensional, derived from the flat printed pattern. The textiles are made in a unique process, in which the printed image defines the fabric’s dropping and folding. The light, elastic textiles are dyed and then screen printed with an inflexible material that indicates the nature of the fabric’s movement and creates a new, three-dimensional textile structure.

A collection of 3D fabrics that fold, fracture and turn three-dimensional, derived from the flat printed pattern. The textiles are made in a unique process, in which the printed image defines the fabric’s dropping and folding. The light, elastic textiles are dyed and then screen printed with an inflexible material that indicates the nature of the fabric’s movement and creates a new, three-dimensional textile structure.

3D printed fabrics are becoming more and more intricate, flexible and compatible with the body and its movement. Here are a few examples using the technology to it’s fullest.
from Make it LEO

3D Printed Fabrics - Tessa's Weekly Picks

3D printed fabrics are becoming more and more intricate, flexible and compatible with the body and its movement. Here are a few examples using the technology to it’s fullest.

Electroloom - the world's first 3D fabric printer (even if i dont consider it 3d printer)- launches on Kickstarter | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News #PutITon

from //TEXTILE.SYSTEMATISM//

An entry from //TEXTILE.SYSTEMATISM//

Stasia by Nastya Tempinskaya Embellished Shoulders for REVS Magazine, March 2013