Clothes in a can, new biodegradable 3D textile printing technology

Tamicare, a British company, has created a highly efficient automated process for creating clothes that uses 3D textile printing technology. By using a spray technique, latex, cotton, teflon, and silicon as well as several other fibers and materials can be used to make virtually any form of clothing in a matter of seconds.

Rejoice, laundry hating humans: the days of washing your underwear may soon be over. Thanks to the power and versatility of 3D textile printing, the Tamicare company has created a biodegradable and completely customizable fabric that comes in any desired shape, with no fabric waste.

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