Additive Manufacturing can reduce emissions and conserve resources, study says

Stratasys’ latest study, commissioned by Amgta and in collaboration with Dyloan Bond Factory, showcases the environmental impact of additive manufacturing in fashion. The report compares 3D material jetting with traditional methods in producing luxury goods, revealing substantial reductions in CO2e emissions, raw material usage, water, and energy consumption, while also streamlining the supply chain.

3D printing company Stratasys shared the results of a study commissioned by the Additive Manufacturer Green Trade Association (Amgta), that highlights the environmental benefits of additive manufacturing for the fashion industry. The report, “Comparative Analysis: 3D Material Jetting vs Traditional Methods for Designer Luxury Goods,” presents results of a year-long collaboration between Amgta, Stratasys and the Dyloan Bond Factory, a Pattern Group company — the first Italian hub of luxury fashion design and production.

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