Ganit Goldstein is an Israel designer developing techniques for producing fantastic 3D printed fashions. According to a report on DesignBoom, Goldstein has been combining several different techniques together to create a powerful approach for producing — and marketing — fitted clothing.
3D Printed Clothing Process
The process starts with a full body 3D scan. This is done to allow Goldstein’s software to understand the true dimensions of the target wearer. The design of the fashion item can be resized to precisely fit the subject, and then the item can be produced on a 3D printer. Goldstein has been working with Stratasys on this project, as that company has previously announced an initiative to develop fabric 3D printing. As I understand it, the Stratasys process involved fitting a flat sheet of fabric over top of the build plate in one of their full-color 3D printers, such as the recently announced […]
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