Fashion On Demand: 3D Printed Shoes by Melissas

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Using flexible, proprietary plastics called Melflex, Melissas’ shoes are created on demand using 3D printing technology.

Fashion? Yes, fashion.

This example provides a glimpse of the future – how 3D printing will pervade every industry and change the way we manufacture consumer products. Imagine walking into a shoe store, picking out a style, getting your feet measured and then having shoes made to order while you sit comfortably with a glass of cucumber water and a magazine. It will happen.

Read more about Melissas’ shoes experiments in Green Fashion.


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2 Responses to Fashion On Demand: 3D Printed Shoes by Melissas

  1. [...] written before about fashion and 3D printing, but that story was about a single designer making a line of 3D printed shoes. This past week at [...]

  2. Nat says:

    Hi your shoes look amazing, can I buy it and if so, how much is it.
    Ps I live in New Zealand

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