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14 December 2010

Rapidprototypedshoe by Marloes ten Bhömer



























Dutch shoe designer Marloes ten Bhömer has created a pair of 3D-printed shoes that can be individually made to fit perfectly.
Rapidprototypedshoe by Marloes ten Bhomer
Currently on show at the Design Museum Holon in Israel, the Rapidprototypedshoe is modelled on a computer and produced using a 3D printer that layers two different materials in microscopic structures.
Rapidprototypedshoe by Marloes ten Bhomer
Certain parts of the shoe can be removed and replaced when they wear out.
Rapidprototypedshoe by Marloes ten Bhomer
The object is on show as part of an exhibition called Mechanical Couture – Fashioning a New Order, which explores the role machines and technology can play in redefining fashion and is on show at the museum until January 2011.
Rapidprototypedshoe by Marloes ten Bhomer

Rapidprototypedshoe by Marloes ten Bhomer

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