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The special feature of the Microfactory concept? All the work steps are realized on just a few square meters, so the customer can see it all happening live while his product is created. Here: individual designs were printed on transfer paper © Munich Fabric Start

 
20/02/2018 – Microfactory - part 3

Microfactory - part 3

The work steps in the Microfactory - Step 2: Printing

The customer has created his desired design – now it’s getting serious, because it’s time for production to start! By  Iris Schlomski
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The first step for the apparel industry in the Microfactory is the garment’s individual design on the computer © Human Solutions

 
01/02/2018 – Microfactory - part 2

Microfactory - part 2

The Worksteps - Step 1: Design

One of the biggest advantages of the Microfactory is its orientation on the customer and the customer’s wishes. By  Iris Schlomski
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Microfactory - an opportunity for the apparel industry © Munichfabricstart

 
23/01/2018 – Microfactory - part 1

Microfactory - part 1

New opportunity for the apparel industry

What does the production of the future look like and what possibilities lie behind buzzwords like digitization and Industry 4.0? By  Iris Schlomski
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In 2018, textile network will accompany the Microfactory concept for the apparel industry online and will report regularly on the website © Human Solutions

 
01/01/2018 – Microfactory

Microfactory

Through the year with the Microfactory

In 2018, textile network will accompany the Microfactory concept for the apparel industry online and will report regularly on the website. By  Iris Schlomski
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© Danit Peleg

 
17/11/2017 – Formnext

Formnext

3D-gedruckte Kleiderkollektion ausgezeichnet

„The Birth of Venus“: 3D-gedruckte Kleiderkollektion von Danit Peleg gewinnt „purmundus challenge“ im Rahmen der Formnext. By  Iris Schlomski
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This image shows the computer-aided basic designs in sizes 46 and 50 that have been derived from the model data of size 38 and the associated 2D pattern pieces, which are automatically generated © TU Dresden

 
16/11/2017 – TU Dresden

TU Dresden

3D product development for body-remote apparel

Researchers and commercial suppliers around the world are aiming to make the design of apparel easier .. By  Iris Schlomski