Electroloom makes a fabric 3D printer your tailor

Electroloom was designed to create 3D fabrics from scratch the same way you can now print many everyday objects—all sans sewing.

The designs created with the Electroloom are basic, but can be worn and designed in any way the user would like. Users begin by building a “mold” which is used to form the garment's basic shape, much like the cast of a statue. When the mold is finished, it is placed inside of the Electroloom, right in the middle. This is where the clothing will take shape. The process begins inside and takes shape around your mold. When finished, it interacts what you’d expect from a piece of clothing, with the ability to flex, drape, and fold.

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