#MOVING 3D MACHINE
ADAPTACIÓN LIBRE EN IMPRESIÓN 3D PARA MÁQUINAS DE COSER INDUSTRIALES
Moving3Dmachine es una adaptación para máquinas de coser industriales diseñada para personas con diversidad física.
The use of pedals is replaced by levers activated with the arms.
Nuestro objetivo es ofrecer una nueva herramienta de empleabilidad y formación superior para las personas con movilidad reducida.
The fashion industry employs 1 in 6 people in the world.
Educate+ Practice = Work
#fashion #tailoring #accessories #leather #design #feelance #arrangements and much more!
ADVANTAGES OF THE SYSTEM
- Easy to use.
- Simple assembly and disassembly on the machine.
- Can be detachable into parts to speed up printing, to replace parts in case of breakage and can be adjust to the desired height.
- It leaves both hands free to work just like any professional.
- Allows the same production speed as a garment maker without using a wheelchair.
- Reduces adaptation costs as much as possible with an open and free 3D system.
- Easy to assemble, without having to leave an adapted machine all the time.
¿WHERE TO LEARN?
Escola de la Dona- DIBA
Casal de Barri Bac de Roda- Poblenou
- Assistant of tailoring and dressmaking.
- Officer of confection.
- Technician in confection of prototypes or Industrial.
- Operator of industrial sewing and embroidery machines.
- Sewing and assembly technician.
- Finishing machine operator or operator.
- Clothing assistant in textile and leather.
- Arrangements and adaptations in clothing and household linen.
- Entrepreneur freelance.
¿HOW DID WE DO IT?
The 3D design was based on an adaptation made by Carlos Espinosa, inventor and user of the system.
Together with Nestor Aparicio and his Tangencial team, we designed, developed and printed the pieces.
Movingmood has designed the implementation strategy and methodology. It is in charge of the coordination and scalability of the project.
This project has been made possible thanks to the support of the Social Challenges Innovation Platform funded by the European Union under the Horizon2020 Research and Innovation Program, under Grant agreement number 734906.