Register a custom OBJ file as Button.
Main Menu ▶ Materials ▶ Button ▶ Register Button
Property Editor ▶ Shape ▶ plus_button.png
Create Button OBJ
Please check below requirements before registering an OBJ as a button.
- Position the face of an OBJ towards Y-axis.
- Position the contact point of an OBJ where it should be attached to 3D garments at 0,0,0 (x,y,z) coordinates.
- The unit of OBJs must be in mm.
- Please maintain the number of vertices of an OBJ below 1000 to avoid speed issues.
- The distance between an OBJ and the ground should be 0. (You can adjust the distance in Marvelousdesigner. Button Property Setting ▶ Thread Length (cm))
Register Button OBJ
- Select the tool/menu indicated in Location.
→ Register Button window appears.
- After setting the following options, Click OK.
|Name||Set the name of the button file.|
|Thumbnail||Apply the thumbnail of the button file.|
|Button (ver. 11)||Set the properties for the button file to be registered.
※Note: If the OBJ shape is different for each button size, click the + button on the top right to register as buttons of various sizes.
|Size Name||Set the size name.|
|OBJ||Load the OBJ file to be registered with the button.|
|Width/Thickness/Weight||Set the width/thickness/weight of the button.|
|Default Size||Set the size to be applied by default when changing with the button.|
→ The registered button is saved in the path below.
▶ Assets ▶ Materials ▶ Hardware_and_Trims ▶ Button & Buttonhole ▶ Button
Create Button OBJ by Thread Type
- Set the Mesh name of the button to REN_BUTTON, REN_THREAD.
- Create an OBJ for each thread type with the above MESH name.
Set the name of the OBJ file for each thread type to *_Cross.obj, *_Parallel.obj , *_Square.obj.
- Register the created OBJ file as a button.
- Save the created *_Cross.btn, *_Parallel.btn , *_Square.btn files in the path below.
C:\Users\Public\Documents\Marvelousdesigner\Assets\Materials\Hardware_and_Trims\Button & Buttonhole\Button
- Run Marvelousdesigner and change the type of the thread in the button property window > Type > Thread Type.