Unlike 3D Printing, 3D Weaving Uses Old Techniques for Futuristic Forms

Unlike 3D Printing, 3D Weaving Uses Old Techniques for Futuristic Forms
technology

Designer Jim Chen-Hsiang Hu shows off an emerging method of clothes-weaving that overcomes 3D printing in range of texture and thread integrity

Leo Lutero
  • 11 august 2015

Jim Chen-Hsiang Hu’s graduation collection at Central St. Martins takes a close look at fashion’s most basic element, thread, and turns it into a malleable material with height, width and depth. Unlike in 3D printed clothing, Chen-Hsiang Hu’s collection moves into 3D territory without a clear jump off point.

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