3D-Printing Loom Envisions A Wardrobe That Can Be Produced At Home
Electroloom could be helping you spin your own threads sooner than you think.
Could the clothing industry – one that creates an enormous amount of jobs around the world, albeit dangerous and poorly paid ones – one day be brought to the realm of ‘desktop publishing’? A new company called Electroloom, founded only in September by entrepreneur Aaron Rowley, hopes to 3D print ready-to-wear clothes by the end of this year. Ready and willing to help has been Alternative Apparel, the Atlanta-based company known for its comfy organic-cotton casual wear.