Three reasons you won’t see mass produced 3D Printed running shoes -For now.
One could print an entire shoe (not wearable, though), or you could go as far as to create metal molds out of which real foam midsoles or rubber outsoles can be produced in limited numbers – hence bypassing the lengthy process of creating production molds. ….
… truly awestruck when we first saw a 3D printed part around 17 years ago. It was pure magic, a solid form buried within a vat of powder. Did we say powder? How does that work, exactly?
3D printing is similar, except for the fact that all the playing cards will be fused to one another in the form of a permanent block. The picture above is a good example of a vertically stacked 3D part…
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