Printed Fabric !

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Printed Fabric ! by Enlightx Oct 24, 2012

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Thing No 31234 is a great design but couldnt fit it on my reprap prusa 2.

Cut it down to a nice square sheet.

Im guessin you could print a lot of them and make a tshirt?


should fit easy on a normal Prusa I2 heated bed.

tip: if using PLA use water down PVA glue instead of kapton/PET tape. It will stick better and also when print is gone let the glass cool down then get some soapy water on that glass. Print will come away much much easier

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Hi there! I am an up and coming fashion designer looking to experiment with 3d printed fabrics for a few of my designs. Would you be able to tell me where I could purchase fabrics such as these or if we could work together to produce a 3d fabric. Will be incorporating this sort of fabric with pure fine fabrics for my upcoming collection. Please do let me know, kind regards - Salita

The original Design is here http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:31234http://www.thingiverse.com/thi..., my
edit was just chopping a square out of that design so people could print
just a sheet. you cannot purchase this "fabric" this you just print it on a 3D
printer like a reprap, ultimaker or makerbot

This should be marked as a derivative if it is based on Thing No 31234.

it should be listed yes and i did select this option in the settings to display as a derivative from the beginning.

dont know why its not showing

The derivative info is showing now properly. And the idea of using PVA as water soluble glue is brilliant. That deserves some thinking about.