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Eco-Friendly Printable Clothing is Like Modern Chain Mail

By: Allison Love - Published: • References: notcot.org
The future of clothing and fabric is eco-friendly, especially if designers start using the 3D printable textiles made from ink cartridges and powered plastic. The idea is to use 3D printers to create textiles, which can then be transformed into clothing.

The fabric is seamless and flexible, conforming to the contours of skin. The fabrics above look almost medieval, like a suit of chain mail, but if they have the ability to transform into different styles, this 3D printable textiles eco-friendly alternative may really take off. Stats for 3D Printable Textiles Trending: Older & Buzzing
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