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The Approaching Futurecraft 4D

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The Approaching Futurecraft 4D
In previous articles, I have mentioned Adidas’ Futurecraft 4D but we have never heard anything regarding an actual release. The sneakers will feature a Primeknit upper but a 3D printing sole. They have been coveted by sneakerheads, but have remained untouchable. Turns out, however, that Adidas wi...
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Philippe Holthuizen's 3D Shoes

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Philippe Holthuizen's 3D Shoes
Seven months of product design could prove to be a challenge for most people to build a single feature. A product designer, Philippe Holthuizen was able to disrupt the footwear industry with 3D printed men’s shoes within that time frame. Philippe was able to accomplish a lot in his design and dev...
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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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Supply With 3D Printing

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Supply With 3D Printing
Being unable to correlate demand with supply has been a challenge for supply chains. Finding a balance is difficult, and suppliers turn to algorithms to figure out how much of their products will be needed at a certain time and place to meet a demand. To deal with this, suppliers have to produce ...
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