3D knitting takes a digital design and turns it into a piece of clothing. In its simplest form, you download a pattern from the internet and size it digitally to fit the person it is intended for. You then feed the machine with the yarn and let it get on with its job.
When you think of knitting, perhaps you think of your grandmother, sitting, with needles in hand, fashioning you yet another unbearably itchy scarf. Or you might think in a more modern context, of young trendsetters knitting their own garments. The one thing you may not think, though, of is innovative production technology, digitally optimized and refined to perfect the knitting process and produce garments with an impeccable, unrivalled fit.