3D Systems Makes The Runway At Melbourne Fashion Week

3D Systems Corporation (NYSE: DDD) announced today that it collaborated with designers Amelia Agosta and Natasha Fagg, on a successful runway event which featured a one-of-a-kind 3D printed “brassiere” during Melbourne Spring Fashion Week.

3D printing was invented by 3D Systems 25 years ago, transforming the way designers and engineers create with complete freedom from traditional constraints. Today, 3D printing is used by leading fashion, jewelry and lighting designers pushing the envelope on creativity, functionality and utility the world over.

“3D Systems Asia-Pacific is a leading 3D printer and custom parts provider serving a wide variety of applications and industries. Empowering a talented designer like Amelia to achieve her creative dreams underscores the value of our 3D content-to-print solutions,” said Simon Marriott, General Manager, 3D Systems Asia-Pacific.

The complete article is available at: www.formero.com.au/news_details/33

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