字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hello I'm Ivan and this week I tested 3d printing on fabrics with ABS. I've got an old t-shirt and I fixed it on the building plate. Loaded a spool of ABS and applied the following settings: no bottom layers, one outline, 100% infill, two layers. I didn't heat the bed but I increased the hotend temperature to 255 C hoping the ABS will better penetrate the fabrics. First I printed our company logo. It consists in nine solid characters, so it was an easy print. It took around 2 minutes - well there are only two layers. It came out nice and solidly sticked to the fabrics. Then I tested a larger and more complex print like the Sting's signature. After the first layer there was some displacement of the shirt on the x-axis but I continued with the second layer and the end result was very ok I don't know whether those will survive the washing machine but it survived this... so 3d printing on fabrics could be a nice technique to make an original t-shirt for an event and make an impression. Thanks for watching.