I’ve had a look at marvelous designer but it seems to be for 3D gaming. You can’t print the patterns and to put in your own measurements seems to be complicated. (you have to create your own avatar with other softare and them import it NOT FOR THE FAINT HEARTED! )The say to use it’s sister program CLO 3D, but that seems to be for industrial pattern cutting etc not the home sewer.
Has anyone used the images from the screen and imported them to CAD programs with any sucess?
Thank you for this information, I’ll use it to repair my pants. Thank you
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