The 3D Printed Sneakers That Could Give Nike A Run For Their Money [Video]

The 3D Printed Sneakers That Could Give Nike A Run For Their Money [Video]
Design

Back to the Future shoes use a super-thin flexible filament

Ross Brooks
  • 12 march 2014


Flexible filaments can be a difficult material to work with, especially when it comes to 3D printing. To lend a helping hand, Spanish filament producer Recreus has spent the last few months researching both the designs and materials that can be used to effortlessly print your very own flexible footwear.

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