Direct-to-Textile 3D printing with Ganit Goldstein

Ganit Goldstein teams up with Stratasys to achieve her mission of customized fashion design by combining craft methods with direct-to-textile 3D printing to produce a Japanese-style dress. Using PolyJet Technology, the digital designs were 3D printed directly onto sustainable fabrics in vivid colors, creating a shimmer effect when the garment is in motion, while maintaining the comfort and wearability of fabric garments. The work is part of Re-FREAM, a collaborative research project funded by the European Union.

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