shoe printed by a 3D printer

shoe printed by a 3D printer

The shoe is created by scanning the foot to get exact measurements and then printed off into a real 3D shoe.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 11 may 2006

In September 05 PSFK talked about the future impact of stereolithography:

One day we’ll have a 3D printer in our homes that can ‘print’ items like chairs and lamps made from composite material, or so Janne Kyttanen of rapid prototyping firm Freedom of Creation believes. People will download a CAD type design from the web, customize it and then print it!

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