CAMPBELL, J.R. (2009). Inkjet4Tex: Creative implications of 3D inkjet printing technologies for textiles. In: Undisciplined! Design Research Society Conference 2008, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, UK, 16-19 July 2008.
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This project expands future applied-design capabilities for textiles as a function of inkjet deposition technology. The project investigates 3D inkjet rapid-production tools’ potential, focusing on creative gaps in the developing technology in its application to the textile design process. As such, the research investigates future design possibilities for inkjet printing technology in the creation of 3D textile structures and surfaces. The research “demonstrates how tacit knowledge can be employed, observed and created in a methodical way, with new artefacts playing a role in provoking insights based on tacit understanding”… [with a ] focus on developing and employing tacit insights that would not be revealed in situations where nothing has been changed.” (Rust, 2007)
As inkjet textile technology evolves past a rapid prototyping tool into a series of responsive manufacturing techniques for textile products, designers, textile technology developers and soft goods industries will be able to use the results of this research to maximize their creative development. By developing and employing modified 2D/3D textile design processes with the technology future creators will be assisted to conceptualise and manufacture locally, creatively and with more accessible technologies.
3D textiles, surface design, technology-driven design process, inkjet printing, fused deposition modelling, novel textile design
|Item Type:||Conference or Workshop Item (UNSPECIFIED)|
|Depositing User:||Ann Betterton|
|Date Deposited:||17 Aug 2009|
|Last Modified:||21 Dec 2010 11:31|
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