Printed on 3D-printers. From a digital file to a ready piece of clothing

The liberation collection
in pictures

In the first-ever collection of flexible clothes printed on large-format  3D printers, Julia Daviy’s goal was to create the clothing similar to the looks we used to.

What if we would be able to print apparel similar to the traditional but with a new 3D printing technology? 

What if we could achieve zero-waste in clothing production and life-cycle?

What if we could create a garment similar to the leather pieces of clothing but do it cruelty-free?

And Julia Daviy’s collection proves that YES. 

 

3D printers

large-format FDM
SLA

Categories

3D modeling
3D printing

Organic and vegan fabrics used for the lining

BEHIND THE STAGE

THE LIBERATION COLLECTION HELPED TO MAKE A BREAKTHROUGH AND TO INVENT THE METHODS OF ZERO-WASTE 3D PRINTING OF CLOTHING, TO ADVANCE INDUSTRIAL 3D PRINTERS IN THEIR WORK WITH FLEXIBLE MATERIALS
SUSTAINABILITY

Achieved:

– zero-waste production

– cruelty-free

– no hard hand work

– digital logistics 

– digital prototyping

 

 

 

NUMBER OF 3D PRINTERS USED

3 FDM AND 1 SLA

MATERIALS

TPE (with 100% recyclability) AND FLEXIBLE RESIN

3D PRINTING

MORE THAN 2,000 HOURS OF 3D PRINTING IN TOTAL

Lining

Luxury ahimsa silk organza used as a lining in the SLA -dress; organic fabrics used for the lining in all the rest pieces of clothing from this collection.

WE CREATE DIFFERENCE

 

 

Due to Julia Daviy’s method of 3D printing, for the first time in the history of 3D printing clothing we achieved:

– printing clothes in just several parts skipping the stage of the fabrics production.

A story of making 3d printed clothing a reality

 

 

In Spring 2019,  we will start the sales of 3D-printed clothes.
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We understand the importance of iterations to get the best possible result and continue our experimentations…
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Interested to be among the first who have 3D-printed pieces of clothing in their wardrobe?