April 10, 2014

If you are throwing a party and want to stand out of the crowd, here is a cool stuff to wear: 3D printed NinjaFlex spikes over LED pixels.

This easy project mashes up 3D printing and sewing to make your own super-custom flexible spiky hooded sweatshirt. The spikes are hollow and designed to be printed in Ninjaflex filament, a flexible filament priced at USD$50 per spool.

The STL files come in three different size, large, medium and small. Each spike includes two sewable tabs for easily attaching to your hoodie or costume. All parts are optimized to print on a Makerbot Replicator 2 and sliced with Makerware. You can download the parts from Thingiverse here. Adafruit's Learning System has full tutorial to teach you how to make this fashion accessory.

Posted in 3D Printing Applications

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