How to 3D Print on Tulle, Net, or Lace Fabrics | Make:

Want a 3D printed design on your next dress? Or maybe add some interesting accents to your shirt or jacket lapel? You can 3D print directly onto fabric with your home printer using standard PLA, ABS, or other regular filament. 3D printing on fabric retains the flexible properties of the fabrics, doesn’t require exotic filament, and permanently incorporates the 3D elements into your garment. This method works for printing on net, tulle, lace, or other similar fabrics with holes. You can use fabric yardage or a constructed garment with tulle, lace, or net areas.


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