3D-Printed Customized Shoes Help Athletes Run Faster
These spiked footwear can make the difference between second-place and a gold medal.
French engineer and designer, Luc Fusaro, has used a 3D printer to create a pair of lightweight running shoes that can help sprinters perform better. This footwear can be customized to fit the athlete perfectly. Once the runner’s feet are scanned, a digital 3D model is created before the physical pair of shoes is created using an additive 3D printing technique.
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