Innovative: New “Ice Dress” From A 3D Printer

At the Paris fashion week fashion designer Iris van Herpen an innovation in the field of fashion presented, namely a ice dress for women. At the latest since the Clothing Printer we know that clothing from a 3D printer can come and that we can recycle even old clothing in the blink of an eye in the future and turn into new. A dress made of “Ice” and this from a 3D printer is something else but is definitely a startling innovation in the Field of fashion. The dress for ladies looks like as if it were in an ice fairy tale straight out of, but it does not melt like ordinary ice. Find out how the ice dress designer Iris van Herpen was manufactured by the fashion, here with us on future trends.

Dress Ice – New Ice Dress Out Of A 3D Printer

As Ecouterre has magazine fashion designer Iris Van Herpen in collaboration with architectNiccolo Casas and company 3D systems from Tennessee the new “ice dress” developed according to NonprofitDictionary. This comes from a 3D printer and the model Iekeliene rod was perfectly tailored to their mass. The dress looks very detailed designed out. The form and structures were clearly defined by a champion. Viewers of the most famous Fashion fair in the world were overwhelmed at first glance of the ice dress, because many thought the transparent material is indeed water ice has become one. The press was disappointed but unfortunately after that it was just an extremely successful illusion. The dress was made of system made of a special plastic ice using 3D, which has make it look like real ice.

How Was The “Ice” Made Dress?

3D printing technology is yes most readers of our innovation blog. 3D printing is on the way to conquer our world and will be in the future probably everywhere. It will enable us clothes, to get food and even medicine from a 3D printer and the locally and on demand without putting on large factories of major corporations. The ice cream dress by van Harpen use a such 3D printing technology. Liquid plastic formed layer by layer the dress. Ultra-violet light dried layers, so that the next directly could be applied. The engineers of 3D’s system through the experiment succeeded to achieve the Visual effect of ice. Overall, the printer needed about 40 hours. The engineers applied again 10 hours following hand to perfect the dress and Polish. And the visitors of the Paris fashion week? They were thrilled, illusioniert, and admittedly a bit disappointed in the connection. But we are sure that in the next year a real ice cream dress is presented and then consists of ice that never melts but still out of water .Works like this then we betray you as far as it is.