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.
Polish students developed eco-friendly shoes for their graduation project using a 3D printer and now hope to start a dedicated business.
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.
This is 19-year-old Broc Brown, formerly the world’s tallest teen; he’s the lucky recipient of a pair of 3D printed size 28 shoes from Feetz.
Using a smartphone app, a bionics company offers customers personalized comfort with 3D printed Base by Wiivv insoles, now crowdfunding on Kickstarter.
Rivalry in the sportwear industry is mounting, as Adidas unveil their own brand new concept: a Futurecraft 3D printed sneaker.
Fashion and science come together in a beautiful fusion thanks to Katrien Herdewyn, a shoe designer with a background in engineering.
A special 3D drawing process was used to make these new Reebok sneakers. If you want some, you’d better be fast: Only 300 pairs will be made.