Stratasys will use this year’s Première Vision tradeshow (Paris Nord Villepinte, 5th – 7th July) to unveil, for the first time in France, its 3D printer designed specifically for printing direct-to-textile.

The recently launched Stratasys J850 TechStyle 3D printer has been introduced to meet the unique needs of design and fashion manufacturers, which include 3D printing for high-end, premium textiles and clothing, bags and accessories and footwear.

The items on show at Première Vision

On display in Paris will be a selection of designs from the SYSS 2Y22 Reflection Collection created by some of the industry’s foremost and progressive designers, with each item produced using the innovative new 3DFashion™ direct-to-textile 3D printing technology.

The collection includes dresses, jackets and handbags, every one of which demonstrates the unlimited possibilities for designers, fashion brands and manufacturers to personalize and customize 3D printed fabric pieces.

Assa Ashuach has created several designs for the collection, including two Origami-inspired customizable clutch bags set to be showcased at Première Vision

Those items on show at Première Vision include:

  • New eye-catching dresses from the multi award-winning, Karim Rashid, one of the most prolific designers of his generation. His interdisciplinary designs, digitally transformed from 2D to 3D, create a range of luxury handbags and dresses that are fashionable in both casual settings as well as more elegant occasions.
  • An attention-grabbing flowered dress from FORÆVA, the multi-disciplinary design lab co-founded by fashion designer, Lana Dumitru and architect, Vlad Tenu.
  • A novel approach to textile customization in the shape of a vibrant new pink jacket from the GnoMon” collection by Ganit Goldstein – a fashion designer and smart textile researcher specializing in the development of 3D printed fashion.
  • Two Origami inspired customizable ‘Chameleon’ handbags from boundary-pushing designer, Assa Ashuach, a driving force in highlighting the creative potential of 3D printing for over a decade.
Stratasys’ J850 TechStyle 3D printer
Exemplifying the power of Stratasys’ collaborations with influential designers, the 3D printing showcase on display will also include a lenticular dress from esteemed fashion designer threeASFOUR, and a digital Bedouin dress from creative consultant, Samson Shafram, a highly skilled expert in the implementation of new technologies for luxury fashion and textile design.

We’re delighted to be unveiling what is truly a breakthrough technology in direct-to-textile printing. Making what was previously impossible now an achievable reality, our TechStyle 3D printer enables fashion designers to unleash their imagination with limitless creations and unparalleled flexibility through a wide range of rigid and flexible materials.Shamir Shoham, VP Design at Stratasys
Stratasys J850 TechStyle

Stratasys’ J850 TechStyle 3D printer allows fashion designers and manufacturers to 3D print direct-to-textile and to garments using unlimited color, transparency, and flexible printed materials. Powered by unique 3DFashion technology, which allows the adhesion of inkjet polymer over various types of textiles, this printer is leading the PolyJet business expansion into manufacturing of haute couture, luxury fashion and accessories.

Visitors to Première Vision can view the items from the designers mentioned herein, as well see live demonstrations the J850 TechStyle 3D printer on Stratasys’ stand: #5B3