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New digital fabric megaprinter to revolutionise fashion industry

     Washington: For those dreaming up runway-worthy fashions, the new digital fabric megaprinter can help them climb up the ladders of success. Fashion students of Baylor University are using a novel 50,000-dollar megaprinter for new fabric patterns to be showcased at Project Runway. The megaprinter can print faster and in larger quantities. The students and faculty at Baylor - one of only two universities in the nation to own such a printer - think it's as hot as haute couture. With the new digital megaprinter solely for use on fabric, fashion design student Lauren Rusten had an instant, 5-foot-wide look at how the pattern would appear on a dress she planned to enter in a fashion show. "It's been exciting, having all these things at your fingertips," said Rusten, recently hired by Fabrique Fabrics, a designer store in Richardson, Texas.
-August 2, 2009

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