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Making Wearable Electronics Easier

Making Wearable Electronics Easier © CC BY-NC

Use a 3D pen to easily incorporate electronics onto fabric, with NO sewing.

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I have been experimenting with using a 3D printing pen directly on different fabrics. I was blown away at how well it worked for easily incorporating Arduinos, PCBs, LEDs and batteries. All with NO sewing!

There is even an easy way to do prototyping or make control electronics removable, by attaching a solderless breadboard directly to the fabric.

Check out the full video here.


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