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PROCODE_DRESS is redefining the fashion industry by 3D printing garments with robotic arms - automatically, quickly, and sustainably. Fashion consumers prefer sustainable clothes, which are still more expensive than the average market. PROCODE_DRESS developed a method for 3D printing garments with robotic arms that will reduce labor work and fabric waste in the fashion industry.
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Founded in 2001, Most is today one of the main Italian players active in the processing and finishing of materials and accessories for the luxury and high fashion sector: leather goods, footwear, clothing and fashion accessories. In recent years the company has experienced exponential growth forming a holding thanks to the acquisition of four companies, the production site has tripled the spaces thus increasing the production capacity and the types of processing.
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JK3D was founded by Julia Koerner and creates digitally crafted designs utilizing cutting-edge design technology from the company's solar-powered 3D printing lab in California. The company creates products from renewable materials which are also biodegradable.
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grdxkn
GRDXKN (pronounced GRIDSKIN) is a 4D printing solution offered by Bastian Müller, based in Munich, Germany. It is a functional textile printing technology that is lightweight and highly flexible. The integrated, volume-forming material is test-proven to be abrasion-resistant and shock-absorbent - creating a novel interplay between graphics and structure and a balance between design and function.
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SEVENFRIDAY
SEVENFRIDAY is a global lifestyle brand that creates industrial-inspired watches, eyewear, apparel and accessories for individuals around the world who live every day like it’s Friday.
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fitchwork
Fitchwork is a collaborative design studio working across architecture, fashion and product design. Driven by an obsession with pattern, the studio combines geometric research with novel design and fabrication tools to create radical-yet-rational forms
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D-house
In D-house we are developing prestigious synergies and collaborations with our "technological" partners and partners representing different worlds of materials.
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Elleke van Gorsel, the artist behind Studio-ePosh, designs elegant accessories, made of textile and 3D printed, which are wearable and domestic. She creates modern haute couture with a high tactile quality and a strong artisan character. The ornamental imagery refers to times gone by, it combines rich tradition with modern technology.
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