“Could The World’s Fastest Shoe Really Have Come From A Printer?”

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Fast Company:

The process allows Fusaro to take 3-D scans of a runner’s foot, use digital tools to cater the stiffness of the soles to the athlete’s physical abilities, then print the shoes out of nylon polyamide powder, a material that is “one of the strongest in the range of additive manufacturing,” Fusaro says

Uses 3d printing. How long before we can make our own shoes on our MakerBots?

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