By now you’ve probably heard of the dinosaur fabric that was once worn by the legendary film icon Arnold Schwarzenegger.
It’s not as sexy as the classic design, but it’s a good example of a good industrial design.
Now, thanks to the work of a team at the University of California Berkeley, we have a great alternative for the dinosaur.
The fabric is made from a 3D printed nylon and is printed on a durable, biodegradable polyester fabric.
The fabric is 3D-printed and is made to last over 10 years of continuous use.
If the fabric doesn’t get broken in the first year, it can be recycled.
The team has printed a large number of fabrics in an array of materials and temperatures.
They also tested the materials for water resistance, heat and temperature resistance, and moisture and moisture absorption.
In this article, we’ll explore some of the other benefits of using the fabric in an industrial environment.