Friday, April 7, 2017

Adidas unveils its gorgeous 3D-printed sneakers, the Futurecraft 4D

Sneaker manufacturers have been toying around with 3D printing for some time, but now Adidas wants to push the technology forth to the masses with its latest kicks – the Futurecraft 4D. The sneakers will be produced in collaboration with startup Carbon 3D using a method better known as ‘Continuous Liquid Interface Production’ which ultimately relies on ultraviolet light for the 3D printing process. The Silicon Valley 3D-printing startup claims that – in addition to producing more robust final materials – the approach also significantly speeds up the overall manufacturing cycle. The most noteworthy advantage of using Continuous Liquid Interface is that it allows for…

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