3D Printed Dresses of your choice

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Regarding 3D-printed dresses, various printers, and materials can be used depending on the design and intended use of the dress. Here are some details on some standard printers and materials used for 3D-printed dresses:


  • FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) printers: use thermoplastic materials such as PLA or ABS to create the dress layer by layer. FDM printers are generally affordable and widely available, making them popular for many designers.
  • SLA (Stereolithography) printers: These printers use a liquid resin cured by a laser to create highly detailed and precise designs. SLA printers are often more expensive than FDM printers but offer higher-quality prints.
  • SLS (Selective Laser Sintering) printers: These printers use a powdered material, such as nylon, fused together by a laser. SLS printers can create solid, flexible designs but are typically more expensive than FDM or SLA printers.


  • Nylon: Nylon is a popular material for 3D-printed dresses because it is strong, flexible, and can be printed in various colors.
  • TPU (Thermoplastic Polyurethane): TPU is a flexible material often used for 3D-printed dresses that need to move and stretch with the wearer.
  • TPE (Thermoplastic Elastomer): TPE is another flexible material often used for 3D-printed dresses, particularly for designs requiring a soft and rubbery texture.
  • PLA (Polylactic Acid): PLA is a biodegradable material often used for more rigid designs, as it can be brittle and prone to cracking if flexed too much.

Other factors that can impact the final look and feel of a 3D-printed dress include the layer height (which determines the level of detail), the printing speed, and the finishing techniques used to smooth and polish the final product. Overall, 3D-printed dresses offer a unique and exciting opportunity for fashion designers to push the boundaries of what is possible in design and fabrication.


3D Printed Dresses of your choice


4 thoughts on “3D Printed Dresses of your choice

    outsideauthority said:
    January 28, 2017 at 10:54 am

    Amazing, but would have like to heard what it felt like to wear.

    babl responded:
    January 29, 2017 at 1:41 am

    Thank you so much. I think it will depend on what material we are using and what is the thickness and flexibility. 🙂

    babl responded:
    January 29, 2017 at 3:09 am

    I would like to have comments about. Thanks it’s a good idea. 🙂

    tigre23 said:
    February 13, 2017 at 12:35 am


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