Carly Nakayama checks on the 3-D printing process in the Feetz offices in San Diego, Calif., where the tech cobbler company produces biodegradable footwear. Fashion start-ups are using technology like smartphones and 3-D printing to make custom clothing more affordable, and Silicon Valley is taking notice.
Carly Nakayama checks on the 3-D printing process in the Feetz offices in San Diego, Calif., where the tech cobbler company produces biodegradable footwear. Fashion start-ups are using technology like smartphones and 3-D printing to make custom clothing more affordable, and Silicon Valley is taking notice. TARA PIXLEY The New York Times
Carly Nakayama checks on the 3-D printing process in the Feetz offices in San Diego, Calif., where the tech cobbler company produces biodegradable footwear. Fashion start-ups are using technology like smartphones and 3-D printing to make custom clothing more affordable, and Silicon Valley is taking notice. TARA PIXLEY The New York Times

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