The existing ready-to-wear, big brand fashion industry focuses on mass-production and achieves those goals using cheap labor force in developing countries. However, any company wishing to disrupt this pattern finds it nearly impossible to achieve competitive unit cost.
Soft 3DP is developing new filaments and fabric spools that can be printed into wearable textiles. As the technology matures, 3D-printed fabrics enable a circular economy that has never been achieved before - allowing users to recycle quality, custom material clothing on demand. EIR Danit Peleg’s vision for a distributed model also introduces disruptive second-order effects: reducing retail storefronts, shipping & logistics costs, and more.
Danit Peleg is a Fashion Designer known for her 3D-printed fashion work. Danit is a graduate of Shenkar College of Engineering and Design and is currently based in Tel Aviv, Israel.
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