Is This 3D-Printed Under Armour Shoe a Sign of a New Manufacturing Era?

Is This 3D-Printed Under Armour Shoe a Sign of a New Manufacturing Era?

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Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 24 march 2016

3D printing has quickly risen to fame as a trendy method for crafting intricate design work in the past years. As an additive manufacturing device—a construction technique which involves layering onto preexisting levels of material as opposed to ‘sculpting’ a shape by trimming it down—engineers and designers are able to create more complex geometric structures which better suit certain situations.

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