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3D printing stories: 3D printed shoes made from ocean waste

Top 3D Printing Stories of 2015

Six months after unveiling a sneaker made almost entirely from recycled ocean trash, Adidas and Parley for the Oceans have done themselves one better. In

3D-printed trainer designed by Under Armour

Under Armour is latest brand to produce 3D-printed trainers

What Under Armour's New Shoe Reveals About The Future Of Footwear Although it has a midsole, UA's Architech still shows how far away we are from customizable footwear for all.

Adidas, Parley Create World’s First Sneakers Made From Ocean Trash

Discarded Plastic Fishing Nets Retrieved from the Ocean Used in New Shoe Prototype (Colossal)

This Artist Turned His Former Flings into 3D Printed Shoe Sculptures via Brit + Co.

This Artist Turned His Former Flings into 3D Printed Shoe Sculptures

This Artist Turned His Former Flings into Printed Shoe Sculptures via Brit + Co. Maybe something for Printer Chat?

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If you’re not an industrial designer or architect, the prospect of creating something out of thin air can seem daunting. But never fear: Tinkercad, the web-based 3-D modeling system created by Kai Backman and Mikko Mononen, is designed specifically to help you and every other would-be amateur maker get your ideas off the computer and into your hands.

You Suck at Tinkercad — Let’s Change That

If you’re not an industrial designer or architect, the prospect of creating something out of thin air can seem daunting. But never fear: Tinkercad, the web-based modeling system created by Kai Backman and Mikko Mononen, is designed specifically to hel

From 3D Printed Facemasks to 3D Printed Bra Cups – Chromat’s SS15 Fashion Collection is Unique http://3dprint.com/14980/chromat-3d-printed-fashion/

From Printed Facemasks to Printed Bra Cups – Chromat’s Fashion…

A 3-D Printed Seat With a Cellular Structure That Molds to Your Butt | Inspired by objects from the natural world, van Daal created a series of prototypes that balanced compression, weight, and cost. | Credit: Lilian van Daal | From Wired.com

A 3-D Printed Seat With a Cellular Structure That Molds to Your Butt

Lilian van Daal has developed a conceptual chair influenced by plant cells that could be from a single material to create a comfortable seat.

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