Most people are surprised when Lucy Beard tells them about her startup, Feetz. The 3D printing company uses pictures of a person’s feet to create 3D printed shoes that are customized to exactly fit that person’s feet. After a customer uses the app to upload photos of his feet and pick a design for his shoes, Feetz prints the pair and ships it within seven days. Continue reading “Entrepreneurs pitch ideas for 3D printing businesses”
The 3D printing revolution is here! When I went to MakerBot Studios and uncovered the latest innovations in 3D printing technology. I couldn’t believe all of the products printed using MakerBot’s printers—from figurines to robotic hands to shoes. Continue reading “How 3D Printing is Revolutionizing the Fashion World”
With 3D Printing technologies advancing day-by-day, creating a one-of-a-kind wearable product has become easier than ever. Today we’d like to introduce you to some perfectly personalized 3D Printed items made for walking. Read more to find out about the “next step” in 3D Printing. Continue reading “3D Printed Shoes, Inside and Out”
Are you also lost in the 3D printing space?
3D Printing can be deployed in so many industries, from jewellery to human tissue, and from ceramics to electronics, that the professional doesn’t know where to start.
Stop being lost and find out what 3D printing can mean for your profession!
The 3rd edition of the international 3D printing Event will contain over 14 sessions during the week, each focused on a specific profession or an application field.
You can choose the topic of your profession/application field. In half-day you will learn what 3D printing means for your profession.
In each session issues like materials, designtools, business models, do’s and dont’s will be covered.
You will meet your colleagues with whom you can discuss what has been presented, and what that means for your profession/business.
- Interior Design
- Fashion, shoes and accessories
- Legal/IP/Patent issues
- Marketing / Retail
- Product Design
- From design for manufacturing to manufacturing for design
- Additive Manufacturing
- The Future of Open Source
If you think that you can make a valuable contribution as speaker (no sales pitch) to one of these sessions, please contact us with this form.
If you are interested in sponsoring this event, please contact us with this form.
With Dutch designers Iris van Herpen and Rem D Koolhaas, Stratasys 3D printed the shoes with a number of intricate geometries designed to mimic elements of nature. Continue reading “Stratasys unveils 3D printed shoes at Paris Fashion Show”
A 3D-printed shoe that not only looks good, but can actually be worn. Continue reading “High-concept sneaker fuses leather with 3d printed plastic”