(Jorge Ribas/The Washington Post)
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Now you can print your own clothes
Imagine having a printer that makes you custom clothes on demand. That's exactly what Ministry of Supply is doing. The clothing company recently debuted the giant 3-D knitting machine at their flagship store on Boston's Newbury Street.
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