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anotherlife

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Wouldn't you like to just 3D print your outfit, perfectly to your size, shape, and style, possibly designed by you yourself?

Check this out.
3D-Blog

With this, you don't need to hunt endlessly in shops then run the risk that someone else will wear the same where you are going.

Also you can always recycle everything you wear back into your printer and reprint it in a different style.

Isn't this much better than anything fabric/wear today?

Discuss.
 

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Maybe some day ... not there yet.

The most common flexible plastic filament is thermal polyurethane (tpu) and is less flexible than duct tape. And would feel like wearing barbed wire.

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This recent project represents over 100 hours of printer time (15 separate pieces) no counting sanding, filling, fiberglassing, and painting.

So, not a huge time saver.
 

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