Tag Archives: 3D printed

World’s first 3D printed football shoe can increase players speed

3D printed 'NIKE vapor laser talon' football boot

Nike Vapor Laser Talons is the world’s first football shoe which has a 3D printed base. The shoes are designed in such a manner that they can boost a player’s performance. 3D printed sole helps a player cross first 10 yards with greater efficiency and speed. Weighing just 5.6 oz it provides optimal traction on the field and lets athletes run along for longer.

Specially designed booth for Valentine’s week can print your “Valentine Day Kiss” in 3D

3D Printing Kissing Booth 1

Valentine’s Day, a most celebrated day for lovers over a well defined period. The day also means an outburst in the amount of kissing that goes on. Well, this Valentine season Hot Pop Factory in collaboration with Untitled & Co. and Draft Print 3D brings you the 3D Printing Kissing Booth. It’s a pop-up event that allows you to capture your image with your lover and have it printed in 3D. Be it the lovely Neck Kiss, French Kiss or the casual Lip Kiss. ♥ Love is in the air! Isn’t it? ♥

A 3D Printed calendar that will hold 25 gifts up till Christmas

Advent Calendar

Pleppik, a Thingiverse user built a 3D Printed calendar for the month of December. The calendar is built in such a way that for each day till Christmas i.e. 25th December 2012 it will hold a different kind of 3D printed gift. Gifts are enclosed in boxes and these boxes fit inside each other like Lego’s to form a Christmas tree.

A 3D-printed hi-tech remote controlled Transforming Robot

Autobot Transformer robot 1

Brave Robotics has developed a robot that can transform into a car with push button controls. It’s a 3D printed (3D Printed parts) robot that functions like an actual Autobot, only the scale is 1/12. The robot can walk around very quickly, transform within seconds, shoot missiles and can be driven like a sports car. It also features a Wi-Fi camera that can capture the Autobot’s view and display it on a tablet or any other gadget of same kind.

The world’s first 3D printed racing car can pace at 140 km/h

The Areion

A group of 16 engineers named “Group T” has unveiled a racing car “Areion.” The group is competing in Formula Student 2012 challenge, and the car it has unveiled is world’s first 3D printed race car. The Areion is not fully 3D printed but most of it is. It was tested on Hockenheim race circuit and went from zero to 100km/h in just four seconds. The maximum speed achieved by the car on the same circuit was 141km/h. The car is eco friendly as well as a motivation for innovative technology. Cutting-edge technologies bestowed on the environmentally friendly race car include an electric drive train, bio-composite materials and 3D printing on a big scale with Materialise.