February 14, 2018 AT 1:00 pm
DIY Sneaker (3d-printed sole on Prusa i3 MK2) #WearableWednesday
Soon everyone will be walking around in their own personally printed apparel. Shared by
ohmcast on YouTube:
The sneaker-world is a freaky and creative place, where technique (actually making a shoe) and design comes together. I decided to join this world by creating my own self-made sneaker. I was thrilled even though I didn’t know anything about how to create a sneaker from scratch.
The video is about what I’ve done so far.
3D-printed on an standard Prusa i3 MK2
Learn more! (h/t boing boing)
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