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Self-Repairing Sneakers

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Self-Repairing Sneakers
Technology is always improving and becoming more advanced. Since the first 3D printer was developed the implications have become almost limitless. There was even a fully-functioning heart created using a 3D printer recently. Qiming Wang, professor at the University of Southern California’s Viterb...
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Y-3 RUNNER 4D II

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Y-3 RUNNER 4D II
Adidas is continuing to expand its Futurecraft 4D shoes with the help of DLS 3D printing technology, with the help of Carbon. Their new shoe, the Y-3 RUNNER 4D II is part of the Y-3 fashion label and is an updated version of previous Y-3 shoes with 4D technology. Following previous Futurecraft 4D...
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Recycled And Re-purposed Shoes

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Recycled And Re-purposed Shoes
Each year billions of shoes are worn, fall apart, and then chucked into a landfill. About 300 million pairs of running shoes are thrown away in the UK alone. In an attempt to avoid this Adidas is using its factories to produce shoes that can be ground into pellets, melted down, and then made into...
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Formless Heels

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Formless Heels
Digital Artisan, JSR Corporation, and Castem have all partnered together to create “formless” high heel shoes. Using an M2 3D printer they made 3D printed molds to form casts of the wedged metal heels. With generative design technology, each pair can be tailored to the appropriate shape based on ...
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Alphaedge 4D Sneakers

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Alphaedge 4D Sneakers
Adidas has created 3D printed vegan sneakers. After already having a successful collaboration Adidas and Stella McCartney have decided to work together again. Their goal is to produce an innovative 3D printed shoe for women. In the past, they created the world’s first sustainable activewear line ...
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