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Will At-Home 3D-Clothing Printers be the Future of Fashion?

fangmcgee (1716754) writes | about a year and a half ago

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fangmcgee (1716754) writes "In 2050, procuring a new wardrobe will be as easy as hitting a button on a Xerox machine. At least, that’s what industrial designer Joshua Harris proposes with his three-dimensional garment printer, a concept device that would harness technologies such as rapid prototyping to bring clothing production to living rooms everywhere. Urbanization, he says, is rapidly changing the way we obtain the things we need to live. One major opportunity for change? The clothing industry."
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