Tagged: 3D Printing

3D Systems creates 3D printed braces for orthopedic care

Orthopedic clinic is one of the most frequently visited clinics by people all over the world and in orthopedic medicine, musculoskeletal research and medicine is the most prominent (it accounts for nearly 30% to 40% of all acute orthopedic care including sports, industrial or job related injury and chronic conditions . These fields of medicine are very important to us as nearly all of us some day or somehow are involved in injuries or medical conditions related to our muscles or bones, at least once in our lives.

3D printed shoes that use innovative technology for style and comfort

Continuum Fashion has come up with a new range of 3D printed shoe collection called strvct making use of an all new kind of innovative material for awe-inspiring designs. The shoes are designed in such a way that they have an incredible form factor with lightweight credentials and strength in the design structure. The whole range of shoes are lined with patent leather inner sole and coated with synthetic rubber at the bottom for maximum traction.

Summer Powell’s Gemetrica Collection, 3D printed jewelry for women of today

Jewelry adds substance to woman’s body and spirit of feminine style. And if Jewelry is 3D printed then uniqueness is spellbinding. For this exclusivity and to enhance your spirit in style, Jewelry designer and graphic artist Summer Powell has designed Gemetrica Collection featuring three distinctive necklace and earring styles. These lightweight gems inspired by classic jewelry shapes with a modern twist are created in CAD and produced using innovative 3D printing technology.

Biomimicry shoe that mimics bird’s cranium is created using 3D printing

Inspired by the shape and bone structure of bird skull this Biomimicry shoe is created using 3D printing technique that is becoming ever so popular in fashion industry. This shoe is created by Dutch fashion designer Marieka Ratsma and American architect Kostika Spaho to beautifully portray the skeletal shape of birds while keeping it very lightweight truly signifying the agility, strength and elegance of the bone structure. Clearly inspired by nature this shoe is a result of their creative thinking and also shows how nature can have a defining say in inventive designs that leave us all amazed.

3D printed Exoskeleton shoes look scary but impressive too

These high heeled shoes surely do look as if they are made for some sci-fi movie but they are not. Designed by Janina Alleyne, UK fashion footwear designer, these pair of high heels are called as the Exoskeleton shoes. Created using 3D printing technology in two pieces, upper and lower, the shoes were then later on joined together to form one piece of eye popping style that looks more like some alienated footwear that is made from exotic animal skeletal. There are teeth like Skelton structures on the toe and on the upper part there are exotic spikes to compliment...

Memoirs functional USB jewelry courtesy 3D printing for hot fashion style statement

It’s the high tech age and so the jewelry of this age should also be drenched in technology. Memoirs by Ashleigh Woodmass is a collection of fashionable jewelry with a functional USB embedded to have music, photos and other important files right at your fingertips. The collection includes rings, earrings and necklaces that let you flaunt fashion statement with the option to pass this digital jewelry to your coming generations.

Peformance enhancing light weight 3D printed shoe developed for Olympic athletes

Developing the best performance shoes for Olympic athletes has always been the craving for shoe manufacturers, trying to fine tune mechanical properties of sprint shoe to enhance athletic performance. Luc Fusaro a creative engineer and designer has developed a customized running shoe for Olympic athletes that claims to increase their performance by 3.5%, which is quite considerable taking into account the importance of shading seconds off the final time in key sprint events. The shoe is 3D printed to maintain the customizable properties, thereby not restricting the manufacturing process to mere standard dimensions.