Creating high fashion garments using 3D printers is a dream many creators have pursued in recent years — resulting in what is, for the most part, cobbled patchworks of 3D plastic that rank low in terms of actual wearability

Last week we told you about a new kind of 3D-printed clothing, the Kinematic dress, that offers hope for a range of more practical 3D-printed garments

We spoke with the Massachusetts-based team to find out how they came up with a way to fabricate 3D-printed clothing using a single piece of plastic that requires no post-printing assembly, moves naturally and actually has a fashionable design …

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