Thingiverse user rfm215 shared these awesome pair of 3d printable high heels. Starting to see the low-res, low polygon style becoming more trendy as it becomes wide-spread in 3D printing. We think it’s great to see it influencing fashion.
A wearable heel that can be re-sized for your own foot! Smooth on the inside, faceted on the outside, ready to wear in a few hours.
Download Available on Thingiverse
Although we think this is just render and not actually a photo of a 3d printed STL, it does looks pretty awesome and may actually be printable (with some Ninjaflex filament, of course). Anyone daring enough to print a pair? Let us know in the comments below!
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