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Electroloom - The World's First 3D Fabric Printer

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Design and create seamless, ready-to-wear garments based on custom 3D geometries. All from your desktop. No sewing required.
Backers: 437
Average Pledge Per Backer: $188

Funded: $82,344 of $50,000
Dates: May 15th -> Jun 15th (31 days)
Project By: Electroloom
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Latest News

3 Days Left!

June 12th - via: kickstarter.com
Hey everyone - Happy Friday!  We only have 3 days left in the campaign! Time has flown by super fast, and we are already feeling extremely grateful for the amount of support we have seen - especially from our backers! We're already fielding some... (Read More)

Throwback Thursday

May 30th - via: kickstarter.com
Hey everyone, We're taking a #tbt approach with this update, and using it as an opportunity to reflect back on how this journey started for us. Believe it or not, it all started with a pair of metal chopsticks.  Our first prototype - 2 metal... (Read More)

$50k - THANK YOU!

May 30th - via: kickstarter.com
This morning we hit our goal of $50,000! Thank you to everyone for backing us and sharing our story! We couldn't be more excited to have reached our goal - and with 15 days left to go!  Seeing this level of excitement about our technology is super... (Read More)

1 Week - Thank you!

May 25th - via: kickstarter.com
Hey everyone, we're one week into the campaign and couldn't be happier. As of this weekend we reached 89% funded - so close to our goal! We've been fielding some great questions about the technology, so be sure to check out our FAQ section if you've... (Read More)

3 Days In!

May 18th - via: kickstarter.com
Thanks to everyone for an awesome first 3 days! We are feeling super grateful for all of the support we've seen from the general public as well as our first backers. We are more than 50% funded and excited to see where the next few days and weeks... (Read More)

The Electroloom Becomes the World’s First 3D Printer of Fabric – Launches on Kickstarter

May 16th - via: 3dprint.com
Some days, while covering the 3D printing space, I feel as though I have entered a time machine, pressed a few buttons and ended up 100 years into the future. This happened when I saw the first building constructed with a 3D printer and on numerous times since then. However, this latest story is one which seems so futuristic that it is almost hard to believe. (Read More)

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