Three-dimensional printed fabric has become something of a fashion industry fantasy in recent years, one that could — if realized — open the floodgates for mass customization of wearable garments.
While there remains no commercially available printer capable of turning out true textiles, 3-D Systems this week sidestepped closer to the dream of 3-D printed clothing when it unveiled Fabricate, a new technology application that allows the printing not of fabric, but designs placed on top of it.
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