A Closed Loop Model for 3D Printing Fashion

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Abstract

This paper discusses the 2 Way Closed Loop Model using recycled polyester (PET polyethylene terephthalate) developed by the author (in 2014) and its relativity to the development of sustainable practices in fashion and 3D printing in fashion. Bringing together sustainability and innovative technology, the focus of this practice based study aims to evaluate the early possibilities of such a model through design and exploring manufacturing methods as well as interviewing Fashion and Technical experts from academia and industry for their views on the model, methods, final usability, constraints and opportunities.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCircular Transitions: Proceedings
Subtitle of host publicationA Mistra Future Fashion Conference on Textile Design and the Circular Economy
EditorsRebecca Earley, Kate Goldsworthy
PublisherUniversity of the Arts London
Pages169-183
Number of pages15
Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2017
EventCircular Transitions: A Mistra Future Fashion Conference on Textile Design and the Circular Economy - Chelsea College of Arts & Tate Britain, London, United Kingdom
Duration: 23 Nov 201624 Nov 2016
http://www.circulartransitions.org/ (Link to Conference Details)

Conference

ConferenceCircular Transitions
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityLondon
Period23/11/1624/11/16
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Grain, E. (2017). A Closed Loop Model for 3D Printing Fashion. In R. Earley, & K. Goldsworthy (Eds.), Circular Transitions: Proceedings: A Mistra Future Fashion Conference on Textile Design and the Circular Economy (pp. 169-183). University of the Arts London.
Grain, Emma. / A Closed Loop Model for 3D Printing Fashion. Circular Transitions: Proceedings: A Mistra Future Fashion Conference on Textile Design and the Circular Economy. editor / Rebecca Earley ; Kate Goldsworthy. University of the Arts London, 2017. pp. 169-183
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Grain E. A Closed Loop Model for 3D Printing Fashion. In Earley R, Goldsworthy K, editors, Circular Transitions: Proceedings: A Mistra Future Fashion Conference on Textile Design and the Circular Economy. University of the Arts London. 2017. p. 169-183