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See The First 3D Printed Dress Made From Flexible Materials

When we caught up with a representative of 3D printing company Shapeways a few months ago, she gave us the impression that one of the industry’s main challenges when it comes to fashion is being able to create designs in soft-form materials similar to fabrics. And now, 3D printing is one step closer to that future.Rival 3D printing firm Makerbot announced in a release this morning that they have partnered up with the New Skins: Computational Design for Fashion workshop led by designer Francis Bitonti, the same designer who created the now well-known dress Dita von Teese wore during Paris Fashion Week last year.The new dress, though, is constructed

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12 Sep
MakerBot @makerbot
Francis Bitonti's The Verlan Dress is featured on @StyleCaster today http://t.co/KxUIDqz9FR #NYFW
12 Sep
3d-magic @3dmagic
See The First 3D Printed Dress Made From Flexible Materials http://t.co/s6sHdiVeJH