3D-Printed Swimsuit’s Design Mimics Water Movement

3D-Printed Swimsuit’s Design Mimics Water Movement

Swimsuit printed on a MakerBot printer challenges fashion designers to think about responsive materials

Macala Wright
  • 23 april 2015

In the past decade fashion designers, students and brands large or small have begun to explore how they can leverage 3D printing. 3D printing, also known as desktop fabrication, and/or additive manufacturing, is a process for making three-dimensional objects or models. 3D printing’s impact on design and manufacturing in all consumer product categories is said potentially being larger than the Internet.

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