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We all know Francis Bitonti is altering the face of 3D printing by pushing the boundaries of what it will probably do (keep in mind Dita’s Gown and his belts?) and his newest creation is a 3D printed gown you possibly can print at house! The Bristle Dress is made solely on a MakerBot Replicator P, a desktop 3D printer for the house and the information for the skirt can be found and utterly customizable on Thingiverse. That means, anybody with entry to a MakerBot, could make the skirt themselves!
The unimaginable gown was designed in the newest New Skins Workshop – Winter 2014: Brumal Bodies. The workshops are led by Bitonti, in partnership with MakerBot and Lagoa, and train 3D printing and computational design. Check out the upcoming workshops the studio has happening this summer time right here.