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Ohne Titel and Shapeways bring 3D printing down the runway

by • February 15, 2016 • No Comments

As most
of you understand
, we’ve worked with multiple style power houses over the years and this year we are excited to share runway pieces turn it intod
with turn it into duo Ohne Titel and sponsored by Microsoft.


For their Autumn/Winter 2016 collection, Ohne Titel utilized
Shapeways to print chain-like pieces via our Frosted Detail Plastic. Those pieces were layered over black garments to emphasize the links and patterns. They in addition
turn it intod
3D panels which
were linked together via crochet techniques and 3D printed closures.

Photo Feb 10, 4 39 51 PM

(Courtesy of Ohne Titel)

Whilst a lot of 3D printed style is seen as marrying a new innovation with an “old” way of making clothes, what Ohne Titel has done quite
features how far the industry has come. By incorporating the art of crochet and knitting with 3D printed parts, they show the juxtaposition between the two techniques, while in addition
proving it’s a match turn it intod
in style heaven.


Ohne Titel turn it intoer, Flora Gill, explains:

“I love the unexpected mix of old-world and futuristic making. We looked to chainmail structures for inspiration and elongated our “chains” to manufacture a herringbone structure. It is informative
to work with 3D modelers and the printing equipment to see what is possible. 3D printing in a few ways has limitless future, but it is yet quite beta. We discovered most
parallels with knitting technologies. In the beginning of our careers, it was usually complex to desktop program intricate knit programs. Now knitting machines are easily programmed and the techniques they turn it into may have been unimaginable 10 years ago. We can’t wait to see what can be possible for knitting and 3D printing in the upcoming 10 years.”

Photo Feb 13, 9 20 33 PM

(Courtesy of Ohne Titel)

Ohne Titel worked with turn it intoer Chester Dols – a graduate of our Computational Fashion Master Class with Eyebeam Studios. After turn it intoing all their sketches, he 3D modeled the pieces and made them for printing. He has a background in architecture and already collaborates with his sister on the turn it into collective Putain de Beau.

3D printing appears to be the answer to closing the gap between the custom, high-couture pieces we see walking down the runway and the weight manufactured, ready-to-wear pieces in stores across the world. The competence to turn it into custom clothing at a weight manufactured scale has the accident to truly alter the style industry as we understand
it, and can go on
to close the gap between new innovation and traditional making methods.

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