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Solutions: TPU 92A-1
By embedding Intel Edison, Anouk Wipprecht created "Synapse", a 3D-printed smart dress based on biosensors that takes user experience to the next level.
Solutions: 3-matic, Laser Sintering, Mammoth Stereolithography, TPU 92A-1
Belgian bag and accessories brand Kipling puts its famous monkey mascot in the forefront with the new “City Jungle Shopper”, created from the world’s first fully flexible 3D Printing material.
Solutions: 3-matic, FDM, Laser Sintering, TPU 92A-1
After the success of launching the world’s first 3D Printed car, Formula Group T decided to maximize the design freedom of 3D Printing to help solve technical challenges in their new 2013 EVE Racecar.
Solutions: 3-matic, Magics, TPU 92A-1
In a special creation for the Frankfurt International Motor Show, designer Anouk Wipprecht explores the interactive design capabilities of 3D Printing with the innovative “Smoke Dress”.