Absolutely okay if we see 3D printing as the future of the footwear industry.
Companies like adidas lead the way; Smaller units are getting into the game again with their own idea of a pair of 3D printed shoes that look exactly like sci-fi movies. Typically SCRY’s Shuttle “Shadow” – a black “silhouette”, with a design inspired by the aerodynamics of a racing car.
Funded in the pandemic year, SCRY announced the first 3D-printed shoe to use Digital Embryo – an integrated printing process – to create digitally assembled sneakers without the need for an assembly line. assemble or create redundant materials. The experimental sneakers are the result of nearly 2 years of design, research and testing, which the company says, has pioneered a “An innovative, sustainable and personalized future” of the footwear industry.
Interestingly, the 3D-printed Shuttle “Shadow” is entirely made up of a seamless contour design with strong black tones. Its unique look is complemented by a midsole filled with an innovative lattice structure for a soft, comfortable feel. Created without wasting any materials in the construction process, this “silhouette” also makes recycling more convenient than traditional sneakers.
Shuttle “Shadow” is scheduled to go on sale Jan. 31 for an asking price of $ 650. If you have plenty of money to buy a pair, place your order today, and they will be delivered to The marking order and your name are printed manually on the box!
Translator: Nam Vu