Creating Shirts That Fit You Perfectly with a Spray Can! (5 pics + 1 video)

Posted in PICTURES       16 Sep 2010       15090       17

Fabrican, literally ‘fabric in an aerosol can’, is a product created by Spanish designer Dr Manel Torres who has spent 10 years working on it. The clothes made with his invention fit you like a second skin, it’s very ingenious, but how does it work?

 

So, for those who wonder how it works, the spray can is filled with a liquid mixture made of cotton fibres, polymers and solvents. You spray it directly on yourself but have to wear goggles to protect your eyes.

It dries as soon as it hits the skin, so once you’re done, you can take your creation off, wash it and wear it again. You can even dissolve your creation and use the material again to make something new.

And it’s not it, it could apparently be used for other purposes: wound healing products, dressings and patches. Instant non-woven fabric for interiors, stain-resistant upholstery. Household/hospital wipes, nappies and towels… etc.

 





Advertisement




17   Comments ?
0
1.
ruhtard 10 year s ago
Dumbest shit ever
       
0
2.
Blabla 10 year s ago
This shirt really suck !
       
0
3.
shopper 10 year s ago
Lame!
       
0
4.
sharo 10 year s ago
nice inovation, but needs more development...on this state, yup kinda sux ;/
       
0
5.
seanroja 10 year s ago
we are every time closer to the bikini spray from futurama
       
0
6.
incognito562 10 year s ago
cool..
       
0
7.
Peanut 10 year s ago
Different.
       
0
8.
severe_009 10 year s ago
So one time use? what a waste

So one time use? what a waste
       
0
9.
M 10 year s ago
cotton candy anyone ?
       
0
10.
lolipop 10 year s ago
good.........
       
0
11.
Stonka 10 year s ago
think about ppl with hair on chest :F
       
0
12.
lol 10 year s ago
some people just can't read or have very low reading comprehension.




It dries as soon as it hits the skin, so once you’re done, you can take your creation off, wash it and wear it again. You can even dissolve your creation and use the material again to make something new.

And it’s not it, it could apparently be used for other purposes: wound healing products, dressings and patches. Instant non-woven fabric for interiors, stain-resistant upholstery. Household/hospital wipes, nappies and towels… etc.
       
0
13.
Morpheus 10 year s ago
Awesome! I will sell t-shirt for girls only.. :p
       
0
14.
lolling 10 year s ago
i agree with what "lol" have said. some people here have low reading comprehension haha. but this new invention would be of great help if mass produced. i hope it's not that pricey though.
       
0
15.
Neo 10 year s ago
Cool concept!
       
0
16.
Ciloubi 10 year s ago
Leave the shirt , take the guy :)
       
0
17.
Buy cheap software 9 year s ago
HPWKiv Good! Wish everybody wrote so:D
       
27353641acute
belayclappingdance3dashdirol
drinksfoolgirl_craygirl_devilgirl_witch
goodgreenheartJC-LOLJC_doubledown
JC_OMG_signkisslaughingman_in_lmocking
mr47_04musicokroflsarcastic
sm_80tonguevishenka_33vomitwassat
yahooshoot
Advertisement

Archives

2020
2019
2018
2017
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
0000
Advertisement

How to comment

•    Don't insult other visitors. Offensive comments will be deleted without warning.

•    Comments are accepted in English only.

•    No swearing words in comments, otherwise such comments will be censored.

•    Your nickname and avatar are randomly selected. If you don't post comments for 7 days, they both are reset.

•    To choose another avatar, click the ‘Random avatar’ link.