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Stratasys To Showcase Its Cutting-edge 3dfashion Technology At Texprocess Frankfurt 2024

Stratasys, the leading 3D printer manufacturer, will be presenting its innovative 3DFashion direct-to-textile 3D printing technology at Texprocess in Frankfurt from April 23–26, 2024.

The company, Stratasys, will be showcasing its J850 TechStyle 3D printer at Hall 8.0, stand #D28. This exhibition will highlight the latest advancements in additive manufacturing technology, including its unique direct-to-garment capabilities. Manufacturers can now create intricate patterns and optical illusions using this technology, which was previously unattainable through traditional methods. In addition, Stratasys will be introducing a new tool that enables the customization of garments with unique designs. Our goal is to extend the lifespan of garments, reduce waste, and encourage the creation of personalized and customized pieces.

Stratasys will be conducting live demonstrations of the J850 TechStyle™ 3D printer at Texprocess in Hall 8.0, stand #D28. Photo via Stratasys.


Stratasys' 3D fashion technology

The J850 TechStyle 3D printer was introduced in May 2022, specifically designed to meet the needs of fashion designers and manufacturers. It enables easy printing on a wide range of fabrics, including cotton, denim, and leather. With versatile resin choices like Agilus 30 CMY and Vero ContactFlex, users can create intricate designs and textures. With a wide range of color gradients available in both matte and glossy finishes, the printer offers the opportunity to create unique optical illusions.

The printer is designed to work seamlessly with various software tools, allowing users to easily customize 2D pattern heights, make color and texture adjustments, and effortlessly convert them into stunning 3D designs. According to the company, this feature allows for the production of personalized designs of exceptional quality, solidifying Stratasys' position as a leader in 3D printing advancements.

Introducing the commercial release of the Original Urban Tattoo Collection, Stratasys has partnered with designer Travis Fitch to showcase 3D designs that draw inspiration from body tattoos. These designs can now be printed onto various garments, such as jeans and jackets. This collection not only transforms old garments into unique wearable art but also advocates for sustainability within the textile industry.

Stratasys' 3DFashion technology recently made waves with its collaboration with acclaimed fashion designer Jayne Pierson at London Fashion Week 2023. Pierson's "Ceridwen" collection highlighted the effortless combination of 3D-printed components with fabric, with a focus on promoting sustainability. The collection drew inspiration from Celtic mythology and paid homage to the goddess Ceridwen, symbolizing the concepts of rebirth and transformation. Pierson drew inspiration from nature for his designs, which featured organic shapes that resembled symbolic amulets. This reflected her brand's dedication to creating timeless and original styles.

Stratasys will also be featuring its new direct-to-garment tool, which allows for the enhancement of existing garments with fresh designs. Here's a photo from Stratasys.

The perfect blend of technology and style in the world of fashion

Style 3D printing has the potential to revolutionize the industry, providing designers with exciting new possibilities. The ongoing development of this technology indicates a promising transformation in the fashion industry, with potential benefits for manufacturing efficiency and environmental sustainability. Recognizing the advantages, XJet, an Israeli 3D printer manufacturer, joined forces with XOLUTIONS, a supplier to the high-end fashion industry, to meet the increasing need for high-quality stainless steel accessories in luxury fashion through 3D printing.

The company predicts that the jewelry market will exceed $22 billion by 2030. XOLUTIONS is using the XJet Carmel 1400M metal 3D printer to delve into the possibilities of metal printing in high-end industries such as jewelry production. The Carmel 1400M utilizes XJet's NanoParticle Jetting technology to deliver exceptional resolution and surface smoothness, making it an ideal choice for luxury markets.

In another collaboration, Chromatic 3D Materials worked with Dutch fashion designer Anouk Wipprecht to design a dress that combines motion activation and 3D printing. The dress also includes embedded LEDs for added visual effect. Presented at Formnext 2023, this groundbreaking innovation demonstrates the seamless integration of electronics into 3D-printed elastomers, opening up exciting avenues for artistic expression and enhanced human interaction with technology. The dress is made with ChromaFlow 70, a material known for its flexibility and durability. This allows the dress to be used not only in fashion but also in sportswear and automotive interiors. 


Source: https://3dprintingindustry.com/news/stratasys-to-demonstrate-its-3dfashion-technology-at-texprocess-frankfurt-2024-229161/

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