3D printing and new structures within the textile industry
3D printing in the textile industry lets you unleash your imagination in order to quickly create new structures through innovative new materials.
Thanks to the wide choice of materials that we offer such as plastic or our new flexible plastic material (TPU), it is possible for you to 3D print your most ambitious projects in less time and associate them with clothing of any type to reinterpret the most classic styles.Marrying different types of fabrics and 3D printing allows you to explore new facets in fashion and therefore to propose a new vision in the textile sector. In an avant-garde sector such as fashion, mixing the latest trends with the latest 3D printing technology will allow you to differentiate yourself from competitors.
Tailor-made with 3D printing
In the textile industry we are often forced as consumers to choose between different sizes which, depending on the brand, will not be perfectly adjusted to the dimensions of our body.
With 3D printing you can create custom-made clothing. Various 3D modeling softwares allow you to create clothing that suits you depending on your body type. You will have to transcribe your measurements on 3D modeling software and then modelise what you have in mind.
The frames will be tailor made so that you can print in rigid plastic or flexible plastic. One of these two materials associated with the conventional textile will allow you to create innovative clothing and perfectly suited to your body type.
The flexible plastic new material to the textile industry:
Materials engineers have managed to 3D print a new material, the flexible plastic, among the most flexible in the world. This material is thermoplastic polyurethane technology designed specifically for Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) with a level of Shore 65A which makes it highly flexible.
With this new type of material you are going to reinvent the textile industry by inventing fully 3D printed clothes. The flexibility of flexible plastic allows you how to create clothes with the most unusual shapes while keeping the flexibility of the fabric.