MUSE, 3D printed corset from a 3D Scan (by Samuel N. Bernier)

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MUSE, 3D printed corset from a 3D Scan (by Samuel N. Bernier) by LeFabShop Feb 10, 2014

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Valentine's day, valentine's day... valentine's day.

The people who organise the now famous "3DPrintShow" didn't think of people like me when they decided the date for their first exhibition in New-York City : February 12 to 15...

It took me a while to realise that, as a Paris based exhibitor and speaker of the show, I wouldn't be with my beloved girlfirend for the 14th. So, I decided that this year's Valentine's day would be early... at least for us.

One great Valentine's day present (that can be enjoyed by both the boy and the girl) is "lingerie". Paris is the heaven of beautiful lingery with famous french brands such has Aubade and Chantal Thomas. You would be surprised by how much these small pieces of material can cost.The only real problem is that you are not allowed to make a mistake on the size. It would send the wrong message...

I found one way to avoid this puzzle : 3D Printed lingery from a 3D scan!

Here is a step by step project on how to create the most personal Valentin's day present for your girlfriend, using your 3D printer.



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i'm surprised you don't have upload the 3d model of your gilfriend, damit !

This is a really great idea. Not a surprise item, though.
and yes, the girlfriend must really be into fashion.

Keep up the cool stuff !

Your girlfriend and I look very similar in size and proportion, so I was wondering if she/you would mind sharing her dress size or waist/bust size? I honestly think I could just use this exact design, but I would hate to go through with this and then have it fit wrong. Thanks!

lol, I love how no one made any of these! http://prntscr.com/44tlnthttp://prntscr.com/44tlnt
Too complicated for you guys eh? I would but my laptop can't handle more stuff!

Considering it was scanned to specifically fit his girlfriend's bust, I'm not surprised. It seems to be more of a howto than an actual object to be made. Although if your girl is close, it would work.

And it's not supposed to be comfortable, it's fashion.

and plastic looks uncomfortable :/

Sorry for the list of questions...
What printer did you print this on (with bed size)?
When you scanned, did you have her wear anything specific to get the appropriate curves?
How comfortable is it to wear?
compared to wearing a normal corset.
Did you do any finishing to it?

Any chance you could upload the model in one piece, I would love to try and print it as a single part.

Love this!

I don't recognize the software you used to create the parametric surfaces. What is it? thanks!

SolidWorks. But really, any software can handle loft surfaces or volumes will do it.

Ah epoxy glued together... wondering how such a large print was done.

Yes, 4 parts.