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Recipes for Material Activism promotes individual and collaborative production as the shared outcomes allow for implementation by other users. Throughout the process stirring with a spatula supports an even consistency.
All material can be used when warm. Material residues on the tools can safely be dissolved in water or composted into food waste. It can dry very thin or thick depending on application, and absorbs the detailed structure of the original material.
Goggles The application onto products can contribute to a new set of useful equipment. Less and more material layering offers various levels of protection.
Seamless Waterproofing The application of the material onto fabric makes it bond with the textile when drying and adds a waterproof coating. It can act as an optimal solution for temporary waterproofing requirements, such as for festival clothing and canvas shoes.
Thicker layers build stronger connections and patterned strata.
The material dries in place and does not require a supporting structure, making it ideal as glue for connecting fabric. A shirt can be constructed from two woven material strips with minimal woven material input, and connect through the application of functional seaming and decorative links or trimmings. Although when wet it looks uneven and voluminous, it dries to very thin film. The application could be a temporary installation that dissolves and returns to the individual units over time.
It acts as building links for improvised connections and for bridging the material gap. The threads are voluminous and have a natural yellow translucent colour. It does not extrude in long threads, but when cured it has body and strength. Rubber Leather The material dries in thick, rubbery layers that break into islands. Each segment is strong and insulating, providing a second leathery skin to a surface.
A syphon cooking process allows for modification of the individual segments to a different structure. The material dries best when extruded in a linear process, as angles can make it break. The pressure of the extrusion and the smaller surface area make the material strong.
Each single particle has strong elasticity and is transparent white, and as a group it can act as a filling material or surface structure. The nonwoven can be constructed from random or regular patterns.
A rope construction can be achieved with extruded large threads, cutting the intermediate step of twisting yarns. Instead of creating textiles with 3D printing, here 3D printing is emulated through textiles.
In an architectural perspective, we usually see a front view of the garment, which has been constructed from a flat surface. Using 3D printing as a methodology for exploration, the material is constructed from a top view of the 3D form, and builds it up in layers, resulting in material manipulation coupled with garment construction that does not require seams.