Monthly Archives: September 2018

From mermaid scales to unicorn horns to tiger claws, everyone knows 3d printing can add awesome effects to your wearable creations.  But why spend hours gluing individual pieces when you can fuse your prints right to mesh during the printing process itself?  This process creates a “fabric” of 3D prints, boasting a flexibility and fluidity you just can’t achieve through the gluing process.

This process is perfect for cosplay, Halloween, Comic Con and any day you feel like showing up at the office ready to do battle with your dragon scale gauntlets on.

Join the 3DPPVD crew on Wednesday, September 12th at 7pm to learn how!  We’ll show you how the process works, what mesh works best, and answer any other questions you may have.

Doors will open at the Ocean State Maker Mill workshop at 7pm, and we’ll start the presentation shortly after.  We’re located at 80 Fountain Street – please park in the parking lot at the rear of the building and enter at the far loading dock (at the door with the Ocean State Maker Mill sign).