All about 3d Printed Shoes
The comfort of your feet is within reach, with the booming business of 3D printed customized in-soles. If you own a printer, can even make them yourself.
3D printed shoes, as it seems, are standing on firm ground (pun intended). Here‘s an overview of the business and models of 3D printed shoes.
3D printed tailor-made, perfectly fitting shoes are no longer too far fetched. Step out with style!
Reebok is debuting the Liquid Floatride Run shoe made using the same technology it introduced two years ago which essentially works using a 3D drawing process. The shoe is designed for distance running, cardio workouts and comfort.
At Formnext, footwear brand Ecco released details of its data-driven midsole, Quant-U. The company will 3D print each bespoke piece in-store.
Footwear designer Iguaneye is soon to launch a new range of ultra-minimalist sandals, 3D printed and customisable.
Sneaker giant Nike partners with Prodways on 3D printed shoes to reduce manufacturing time and cost, while enhancing performance for wearers.
Nike has just unveiled the Vaporfly Elite Flyprint, a new 3D printed running shoe that is lightweight, flexible and comfortable. The material used to make this sneaker was designed in collaboration with runner Eliud Kipchoge, who ran the world's fastest marathon of all time.
How would you like to walk on a true work of sculpted art? Italian Designer Cristina Franceschini (AKA Crystiff) can make it happen through her design abilities and 3d printed shoes.
Polish students developed eco-friendly shoes for their graduation project using a 3D printer and now hope to start a dedicated business.
Footwear Engineer Chris Bellamy is going to run the Boston Marathon in 3D Printed Sandals. Naturally, his employers at custom footwear maker Wiivv are only too happy to support him.
Prevolve is a startup using 3D scanning and 3D printing to develop "BioRunners", custom sports shoes which perfectly fit your feet.
Formlabs launches the Fuse 1 selective laser sintering 3D printer, and the Form Cell, an automated production solution for the Form 2.
Fashion and science come together in a beautiful fusion thanks to Katrien Herdewyn, a shoe designer with a background in engineering.
Ready to wear 3D printed compostable shoes? Footwear education institute Slem and startup BioInspiration are developing an eco-friendly idea.
Everything at Brooks Running can now "Run Happy" thanks to the implementation of a Connex3 3D printer which is speeding up prototyping.