Atossa 3D-printed shoes

Atossa 3D-printed shoes

Iranian designer Behrad Ghodsi tries to combine style, ADIDAS ULTRA BOOST

sustainability, nike air max 2017 femme blanche manufacturing and ergonomics with a customizable and recyclable 3D-printed shoes. Mens Nike Air Max Flyknit

With his project for the Atossa shoes Behrad Ghodsi focused on developing a range of design concepts for printable footwear.

The idea is to build a consumer based system, which reduces labor for manufacturing and provides ease of access to new products for consumers. new balance 373 uomo prezzo

Experts predict that everyone will have a 3D printer at home in the near future and people will be able to design and make objects on their own. Currently the 3D printing technology is not developed enough for non-designer use. Greyson Lambert UGA Jersey By developing a range of stylish footwear design concepts, O.J. Howard Alabama Jersey

the production process would speed up and the costs of production would be reduced. Nike Air Huarache Heren This idea will allow everyone to use prepared designs and print usable products on their personal 3D printers. adidas Messi homme This footwear will be designed in a way that lets a regular 3D printer make it without fail. Nike Air Max 95

In addition, New Balance 530 mujer the final CAD files of products will be accessible to 3D printer owners.

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