When you think of sustainable clothing, you’re likely to think of organic cotton, local manufacturing, or even entire movements such as the ‘slow fashion’ trend. But 3D printed carbon fiber, Ninjaflex, and soldered garments? They don’t exactly scream ‘sustainable’, never mind ‘high fashion’. New York-based fashion designer Sylvia Heisel, however, wants us to see things otherwise….
3D printers are popular hardcopy devices for enthusiasts as well as designers. Easy availability combined with low cost makes these devices very attractive to many people and organisations.
The wide range of makes available can be confusing when you begin to examine the many options offered. Our recommendation is to carefully review the 3D printers together with the experiences from around the web to build a store of knowledge that will help you decide on the machine that is fit for your purpose.
Share your thoughts…
We’d love to hear about your opinion with 3d printing machines. So please don’t hesitate to leave a comment on any printer listed in CADstore.NET or leave a review on our review pages. Sharing your experience can be very helpful to others and can help put you in touch with people who may be able to solve your problems or help you get even more benefit from your 3d printing machine or process.