Fashion and technology. At a first glance they seem opposites of each other. When you look at the creations made by Anouk you can see they go hand-in-hand. Anouk makes extraordinary fashion that responds to the wearer and the environment. The Dremel Multi-Tool is her favorite tool to work with the 3D-print.
The Spider Dress is a digital dress with technology by INTEL that attacks when you come to close to the wearer’s personal space. Pretty (&) scary! Anouk’s dresses are a combination of fabrics, electronics, software, microcontrollers and 3D-prints. She mixes and matches all sorts of techniques and tools, including Dremels tools.
In the following video’s Anouk shows several stages of a project. She shows how to work on electronics with VersaTip. But, safety first, Anouk style!
After you have 3D-printed your design it is often not ready for in its final use. We’ll show you step-by-step how to finish 3D-prints with a Dremel Multi-Tool by sanding off imperfections.