Today I wanted to show you of an easy and inexpensive way to design and 3D model your own shirt using Fusion 360 and get it ready for 3D Printing in no time!

Step 1: What You Need

In order to create a 3D Printed Flexible shirt you need some basic knowledge of patterndrafting and Autodesk Fusion 360.

If you do not know how to patterndraft here is a very good links that will help you: http://www.clothingpatterns101.com/pattern-draftin...


If you do not know how to use Fusion 360 you can follow these tutorial videos:

The things you will need:

1. Flexible Filament (FilaFlex or NinjaFlex) In my case I used FilaFlex

2. A pattern / technical

3. Scissors and Ruler

4. Flexible Glue (In my case I used Afinitica)

5. A 3D Printer!!

<p>Great Instructable! I am trying to transition my thinking from &quot;hard shell&quot; modeling to more fabric-like structures in some projects. This was super helpful -thanks.</p>
<p>I can't wait until we will be able to 3D scan ourselves and print out custom clothes that fit perfectly.</p>

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