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Nike Use 3D Printing to Manufacture the Vapor Laser Talon Football Shoe


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All kinds of helmets are perfect solution. Specially bike helmet and others that needs good ventilation. There complexity is already used, but there's of course been limitations in production.
#1 Salokannel (Homepage) on 2013-02-25 16:37 (Reply)
A racing car had parts including the body printed for the Formula Student 2012 challenge - google 'The Areion'. The cooling ducts were printed to optimize airflow and cooling whilst the nose of the car had a shark skin texture to aid with aerodynamics, and the car was electric with a top speed of 140kph (87mph).

#2 stop4stuff (Homepage) on 2013-02-26 16:56 (Reply)
Cant wait few years to see if statistically these adjusted 3d shoes made a change in sport games results. I mean think about it, if one team use these shoes solely during 1 year while other teams don't, wouldn't it be great to test out the results?
#3 Urika (Homepage) on 2013-03-03 14:33 (Reply)

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