Fashion Technology Series

Hot Off the Printer

Moving 3D-printed fashion from the runway to the rack

When the fashion industry began to accept 3D printing, it was primarily spotted on high-fashion runways as stiff, unmoving pieces placed on models. But as the technology has matured and become more refined, these wearable couture sculptures are beginning to share the stage…

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Scicomm specialist for the International Space Station. B.S. Mechanical engineering. Covering intersections of STEM and creativity. Views are my own.

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Scicomm specialist for the International Space Station. B.S. Mechanical engineering. Covering intersections of STEM and creativity. Views are my own.

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