On 11th and 12th of April 2018, the Add Fab show, dedicated to additive manufacturing, welcomed for its second edition a panel of companies specialized in 3D technology.
The second annual show has decided to renew the “Pitch Start-ups 3D” challenge. To determine the most innovative start-up in the sector, 10 companies presented their products and services in different sectors of activity such as medical, optics, automotive and fashion.
The latter sector is honoured by Endeer, a French startup with a centralized focus on lingerie made using 3D printing technology. Founded by Claire Chabaud, Endeer has a custom frame. For the French start-up, it is essential that the lingerie is created from the body of the woman who wears it and not standards.
We know that it was during her time at Sculpteo that Claire discovered 3D printing and the potential of this technology for mass personalization. While ample information is provided on the type of technology used, Endeer explains in an interview that the company focuses on the difficulties women face with standard models and decides to improve comfort by combining tradition and technology.
For the occassion of the Pitch Start-ups 3D, Endeer receives from F3DF, Autodesk training and certification center and design product design, BIM and 3D printing, an Autodesk Fusion 360 package (with a total value of 3000 €) including 1 license Autodesk® Fusion 360 ™ 1 year, 1 training 35 hours ELearning, 1 certification exam of ACU Fusion 360, 1 training of 3D Printing by the reference F3DF as well as strategic support of 6 months dispensed by the company F3DF. This support aims to offer F3DF’s expertise and network in the field of additive manufacturing.
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