Fabricate | Reimagine your wardrobe with DIY 3D printer

Personnalisation has come to the next level: with 3D Systems‘ Cube printer, you can now print your own Fashion accessories to personnalise your basic garments into unique designs. Reinventing your wardrobe with intricate 3D printed pieces.

Until now, 3D printing in Fashion has been quite complicated to actually wear, Iris van Herpen’s amazing designs are still not flexible enough to be worn in everyday life (infinite sadness). But this is the past, welcoming Fabricate, the new DIY printing solution from 3D Systems’ Cubify.

Announcing the launch of a holistic new discipline, connecting breakthroughs in every aspect of fashion design. Pattern-making, textile design–even the filament, the 3D printing material itself–everything is reinvented.

In 3 easy steps, 1) download and 3D print Cube-ready designs and take your sartorial game to the next level; 2) 3D print a footprint layer, then add mesh fabric the size of the print plate. Next, print the texture on top of the mesh so it is sandwiched in; 3) After your print is complete, sew the mesh fabric.

Fashion + 3DIY unprecedented creative freedom. A new conversation about clothes where everything is possible! Adopt the 3DIY approach to dressing, and hack into the history of fashion with a simple app.

I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait to put my hands on it!


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Post written by Noémie Balmat, Founding editor-in-chief

Clausette_servicesInterested in the future of fashion, the digital revolutions and advertising, Noémie has a valuable three-year experience in international advertising agencies and works with young innovative designers as a fashion tech freelance consultant. Currently working for Publicis Conseil in Paris, she launched Clausette Magazine in November 2014 to gather all cool projects linking fashion & innovation in one place. Sensitive to the technological and scientific evolutions, she takes part in several Fashion Tech weeks and events as a speaker (Paris, Tokyo, Roubaix…).

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