Aussie startup builds 3D printer, 3D-printed clothing

Australian startup Aussie 3D Printing has released a product that is being used to create clothing.

A group of three Australian 3D printing experts and a German partner worked together to create a 3D printed garment.

The new 3D printable garment is made from an acrylic polymer, which has been fused with a resin that allows the 3D material to flow through the fabric.

The nylon material was created from a synthetic polymer called polyethylene terephthalate.

The 3D model is available for download.

The team says the nylon fabric is stronger than any material they have previously created.

They say the material’s ability to flow and flow freely through the fiberglass will give the garment a strength that will allow it to withstand extreme temperatures.

They plan to begin selling the product this summer.

The design team at Aussie is working with a German 3D manufacturing company to create the 3d printable clothing, which will be shipped to customers this summer and then to a warehouse in Germany.

The company has said it is working on making the clothing affordable, but that it expects to be able to print more garments and create new fabrics as the technology matures.

Australian startup Aussie 3D Printing has released a product that is being used to create clothing.A group of three Australian…