Once upon a time in the fashion world, a printed necktie merely meant one that had print on it. Now, it can mean a tie generated from powder, liquid, filaments or sheets of material using 3-D printers. The blue chain mail tie that Pekka Salokannel wore to this year’s Fair was made this way. Behind him, in glass display cases, were earrings, fashion eyewear and eyeglass frames produced in a similar way.
Design duo Nervous System, which recently developed their Kinematics method for 3D printing segmented pieces that can be folded or unfolded into much larger objects, has 3D printed their latest Kinematics piece in 18k gold. Continue reading “Nervous System Upgrades Kinematics with 3D Printed Gold”
3D printing to produce unique and striking costume jewelry and accessory designs. Continue reading “3D-Printing Fashion”
In the morning a plenary session will be held. In the afternoon, one can choose between a seminar session or a workshop Continue reading “Program Prototyping Event, Industry day, 25 June 2013, Kortijk, Belgium, is available.”
Each of these designers wins a 3D print of their piece as well as a place in the .MGX Shop. Continue reading “i.materialise winners of the 3D printed jewelry contest”