Live Your Victoria’s Secret Fantasy Today


…and we’re not joking people!

Today, Shapeways opens their doors for public factory tours. You know, the infamous 3D printing community who created the first ever 3D printed costume for the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show last December? Here’s your opportunity to touch, feel and see the possibilities of 3D printing for yourself – and even create your own angel wings to take home with you…our lips are sealed.

We interacted with the scanning process in person at SXSW and were blown away by the intricacy and weightless durability of the designs.┬áBut we get it. You may need more than angel wings to get you singing about 3D printing. Watch this short clip to hear what the designers, artists and brands who’ve adapted the technology have to say about Shapeways.

Who else is using 3D printing….

Victoria's Secret 3D Printed Costume
Victoria’s Secret 3D Printed Costume & Angel Wings
Nike 3D Printed Soccer Cleats
Nike’s Vapor Laser Talon 3D Printed Soccer Cleats
Cirque du Soleil 3D Printed Costumes
Cirque du Soleil 3D Printed Costumes
3D Printed Gown
Michael Schmidt and Francis Bitoniti Studio ‘s Fully Articulated 3D Printed Gown

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