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Jayda Hany's Shoe Designs

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Jayda Hany's Shoe Designs
Jayda Hany is a student who studied Architecture at the American University in Cairo. After she finished, she decided to pursue her original passion by studying fashion and footwear design in London. Five years later, her designs are inspiring automotive flagship manufactures BMW to customize one...
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Flexible 3D Printing Filaments

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Flexible 3D Printing Filaments
Using flexible 3D printed materials can provide a lot of advantages for 3D printed footwear. It allows for us to make wearables, shoe soles, clothing, and even buttons. The most popular are thermoplastic elastomers, which are both tough and flexible and are available through Ninjaflex and Filafle...
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The Ugliest Crocs Ever Made

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The Ugliest Crocs Ever Made
In the fashion world, you see many interesting shoes, some that are even 3D printed. Recently, a pair of shoes were created that were a collaboration between Balenciaga and Crocs. The footwear debuted at Balenciaga’s Spring 2018 collection in Paris, France. The shoes really caught the attention o...
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Carbon's 3D Resin

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Carbon's 3D Resin
The company Carbon has announced a new materials program for high-volume manufacturers and a new resin dispensing system. This program sees Carbon’s 3D printing resins sold in bulk packages with a 40 percent price reduction. The company will be selling its rigid polyurethane material at $150 per ...
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Seth Aaron To Debut 3D Printed Shoes

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Seth Aaron To Debut 3D Printed Shoes
Many people are starting to learn that the future of shoe design is in the technology. Recently a fashion designer, Seth Aaron, who is known for appearing on Project Runaway, was interviewed. He talked about one thing he has in store for FashioNXT, which are 3D printed shoes. The designer is not ...
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