AfriPrint’s Printfab printer makes 3D printable fabric from cotton paper

AfriPrinter is making 3D printed cotton fabric from the cotton paper it uses to make its printer.

The printer, which was invented by a team from the University of Chicago, is making fabric that is flexible, light, and strong enough to be used as a bedsheet, a pillow, or a blanket.

It is a product that was recently used to create a pillow for a child with cerebral palsy.

It’s also the first printer to make fabric from fabric grown in the lab.

The company says the printer can print fabric that’s 100 percent organic.

Read more about 3D printing and AfriFab’s products at afriprint.com/products/printfab