3d Printed Fashion Shoes show, 3D Systems color ZPrinter® 450 @ MDM 2012

3d printed rapid prototyping technology demo showing some amazingly realistic shoes designs. Created on the 3d ZPrinter® 450 which can produce 180000 colors. “The ZPrinter® 450 Full…
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25 Responses to 3d Printed Fashion Shoes show, 3D Systems color ZPrinter® 450 @ MDM 2012

  1. Connoir Spedo says:

    the lady in the beginning looks bored with her job

  2. TheNewBlood Dan says:

    See your new “coo” 3d printers?

  3. MrMakemusicmike says:

    are those shoes wearable?

  4. Smyer says:

    This could start a war…
    Some stupid people who want power will eventually start bitching about it,
    And people are using it for making weapons.
    This could meant peace,But also a WAR.

  5. Дэн Петров says:
  6. roger piero says:

    I think that tech can be used for making lite weight parts. If even
    government green light mass production of flight vehicles, then the engine
    parts would have to be very lite.

  7. Architecture4less says:

    Oh wow, that was EPIC, nice :D

  8. KamidakeRed says:

    Brother this technology could be used to free humanity making it some good
    and services can be given to all the world people without a price tag.
    along with other automated system. we have the opportunity that those of
    the past could have never imagined. a world that doesn’t NEED to use money.
    Could you imagine it. No more war. no more crime. no more hunger, this
    technology along with the wise management of all the earth resource could
    free us all.

  9. timi0000 says:

    How much of the shoe did they actually print out, though?

  10. dyingpasta says:

    Nope you can’t wear the shoe. It’s just a model made of hard plastic.

  11. bobdobb1088 says:

    Rightly or wrongly, 3d systems is quickly being known as the a-holes of the
    industry. They’re tying everyone(like Formlabs) they can up in lawsuits,
    apparently long enough for their execs to sell the stock. There is
    increasing pressure from new competitors. There is a competitor now called
    Mcor that just set up shop in the USA, and they’re going to have a network
    in Staples stores. Mcor makes full color just like these but at a fraction
    of the cost.

  12. lavishmind1 says:

    Amazing

  13. Architecture4less says:

    Uh oh, my mind wasn’t blown D: did I do something wrong??? … Oh wait!
    Here we go, I had by brain set to ‘mind blown safe mode’ K, let me try that
    again

  14. roger piero says:

    I think that tech can be used for making lite weight parts. If even
    government green light mass production of flight vehicles, then the engine
    parts would have to be very lite.

  15. Architecture4less says:

    Can it print out full-living-organisms? That would be interesting..

  16. TanookiMario3d says:

    it was printed -.- the process works by layers and takes more than an hour
    to complete

  17. Jose Díaz says:

    bullshit, those are real shoes

  18. Rose Bud says:

    Can u wear the shoe?

  19. Yinindin says:

    the whole shoe is printed

  20. Jose Díaz says:

    Not if they’re made of plastic!

  21. Seung Hwan Joo says:

    very good

  22. TanookiMario3d says:

    you can wear them you idiot, they make 3d printed items and they are fully
    functional they can even have moving parts

  23. Mischa Wait says:

    let the shoe pirating begin :D

  24. Mr Camoron says:

    typical women!

  25. Jose Díaz says:

    who’d want to wear stiff shoes anyway?

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