Textile from the 3D printer

Mind the Step 2014
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

At least as good as the original
3D printing has led to the discovery of many new secrets, including … textiles. Countless experiments have resulted in a material that feels pleasant to the touch and approximates the properties of the original textile material. This type of digital clothing manufacture will ultimately shorten the production process and present opportunities for improving garment functionality.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology

People

Kirsten Lussenburg
Zjenja Doubrovski
Coach: Elvin Karana, Natascha van der Velden, Jo Geraedts,

Contact

E.Karana [at] tudelft . nl

At least as good as the original
3D printing has led to the discovery of many new secrets, including … textiles. Countless experiments have resulted in a material that feels pleasant to the touch and approximates the properties of the original textile material. This type of digital clothing manufacture will ultimately shorten the production process and present opportunities for improving garment functionality.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology

People

Kirsten Lussenburg
Zjenja Doubrovski
Coach: Elvin Karana, Natascha van der Velden, Jo Geraedts,

Contact

E.Karana [at] tudelft . nl

Textile from the 3D printer

At least as good as the original
3D printing has led to the discovery of many new secrets, including … textiles. Countless experiments have resulted in a material that feels pleasant to the touch and approximates the properties of the original textile material. This type of digital clothing manufacture will ultimately shorten the production process and present opportunities for improving garment functionality.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology

People

Kirsten Lussenburg
Zjenja Doubrovski
Coach: Elvin Karana, Natascha van der Velden, Jo Geraedts,

Contact

E.Karana [at] tudelft . nl

At least as good as the original
3D printing has led to the discovery of many new secrets, including … textiles. Countless experiments have resulted in a material that feels pleasant to the touch and approximates the properties of the original textile material. This type of digital clothing manufacture will ultimately shorten the production process and present opportunities for improving garment functionality.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology

People

Kirsten Lussenburg
Zjenja Doubrovski
Coach: Elvin Karana, Natascha van der Velden, Jo Geraedts,

Contact

E.Karana [at] tudelft . nl