The Electroloom is a 3D printer for clothes capable of creating nonwoven fabrics on unique and complex structures. The Electroloom makes the design and manufacturing of clothing more accessible through a desktop device.
The Electroloom team was the recipient of Alternative Apparel's Grant for Sustainability in Design & Technology, a design competition hosted in San Francisco, CA during December 2013. The team was awarded $1000 for prototyping, a year long membership to TechShop San Francisco, and design mentorship.
A picture from the event can be seen here: http://instagram.com/p/iF9JBXQa71/
Fast Company coverage: http://www.fastcodesign.com/3024883/forget-sewing-machines-you-want-this-3-d-printer-to-make-clothes
3D Printing Industry coverage: http://3dprintingindustry.com/2014/01/20/electroloom-promises-3d-printed-clothing-years-end/