Layer by Layer – Sewable Lipo Pocket #Wearable

Hi! This week’s tutorial is a simple update to a widget for a lipo battery. Mostly about how to quickly make changes in 123D as opposed to spending hours+ remaking it in Fusion 360.

This “pocket” is just a sleeve that is 3D printed in Ninjaflex. We used this in previous wearable projects but you can sew it to any textiles or other flexible materials.

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