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Art Grad Designs 3D Loom that Introduces New Category of Flexible and Strong Materials

Art Grad Designs 3D Loom that Introduces New Category of Flexible and Strong Materials
technology

For his final project at the Royal Academy of Art, this graduate created a 3D weaving machine that can potentially save a life with a single thread.

Angeli Rafer
  • 17 july 2014

Nigerian-American industrial designer, Oluwaseyi Sosanya, is a man with a vision and a device that can revolutionize the way we manufacture clothing. His patent-pending 3D Weaver effortlessly weaves fabric into three-dimensional shapes, creating beautifully designed geometric patterned knits that are both innovative and intriguing.

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