3d printed fabric / armour prints assembled
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I'm happy to be sharing this here, if you'd like me to keep sharing this stuff for free, please click like! I'm an extremely introverted exhibitionist who can only accept limited forms of approval, :-).
This version of my new mesh prints assembled, and is joinable to other prints via the previous mesh I posted here (or through a tedious process with a hot knife). The previous mesh is a bit tedious to assemble but using it as joining links works awesome. I'll post some different length dumbbells so that people can make non flat meshs without having to use threaded posts.
It's very strong, and yet drapes and handles nicely. One thing that I tried and am pleased with is that rather than just a socket, I've made a slot for the dumbbell joining bars, this allows for about 4mm of travel in and out, making this much softer and more fabric like. I'll post some images of it draped over non flat surfaces soon.
Here's a youtube video
- 3D file format: STL
- Publication date: 2018/10/12 at 10:26
I am an inventor and product developer focused mainly on transition to sustainability. I work from concept to prototype, in metal, composites, and concrete, based out of my studio. I’m presently looking for new work opportunities, so employers, get in touch.
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