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Haute-couture (aka super fancy fashion) keeps on emerging in 3D printed form


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Wow those look great, seeing you say they are the same material as WSF I'm assuming shapeways didn't print them? If so who did?
#1 Michael Williams on 2011-02-08 16:56 (Reply)
Hey Michael, I'm pretty sure it was i.materialise.
#1.1 Christina Westbrook (Homepage) on 2011-02-08 21:35 (Reply)
When the ability to print softer, more fabric-like materials emerges it'll be quite something. I've been lucky to be in the position to see that people are already thinking in that direction -- and asking actively when Shapeways will make it available. :-)
#2 anoemi on 2011-02-14 02:47 (Reply)
That'll be pretty awesome.
#2.1 Christina Westbrook on 2011-02-14 07:57 (Reply)

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