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3D Printed Footwear Strides

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3D Printed Footwear Strides
Sportswear brands have been looking into the possibility of 3D printing high-performance footwear. Adidas set up a partnership with California-based 3D printing company Carbon to create the Futurecraft 4D footwear. The sportswear brand says it used years of running data to design the new midsole....
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New Balance Sieves And Powder

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New Balance Sieves And Powder
New Balance is one of the world’s largest shoe manufacturers. Back in 2013, the company used 3D printing for the first time to create custom spike plates for track athlete Jack Bolas. After this New Balance continued to supply customized 3D printed spines and cleats to sponsored athletes. In 2015...
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3D Printing Changes The Shoe Industry

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3D Printing Changes The Shoe Industry
Usually, the time to develop a new sneaker can span over a year, but thanks to 3D printing for both prototyping and manufacturing we can reduce the time. Rather than using expensive steel molds and thermoplastic injection molding, 3D printed shoe companies can prototype shoes quickly and affordab...
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3D Printed Shoe "Race"

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3D Printed Shoe
Recently, we had the 2016 Boston Marathon. With events like this happening companies are competing against each other to put 3D printed athletic shoes on the market. These companies include Under Armour, New Balance, 3DShoes.com, Nike, and Adidas. 3D printing is revolutionizing the footwear indus...
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Self-Lacing Shoes Make The Future A Reality

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Self-Lacing Shoes Make The Future A Reality
Growing up some of us experienced the Back to the Future movies. Some of us may have even seen all three. Well for those fanatics who thought the futuristic self-lacing shoes were amazing, you’ll be blown away to know they are now a reality! The shoes use electro-adaptive reactive laces, or EARL,...
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