3D Printed “Fabric”

It’s printed with a hard SLS nylon filament.  So how’d it end up flexible?  The print is composed of countless tiny, interlocked pieces that manages to achieve a softness and drape similar to fabric.

Mind blown.

Designed by 3D print service Digits2Widgets.

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