3D printing categories every girl should take a look at

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3D printing categories every girl should take a look at
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I just decided go through some of the most popular 3d printing platforms to see what’s coming up lately. The thing is all 3dprintable file browsers resulted way stifling from the perspective that everything was too widespread for both genders — not to mention most of the items seemed like kind of spam for my taste — this is basically why I started a 3D printing list of possible categories that you might like as a girl (and if you’re not a girl, I’m pretty sure one of them will come up on your mind as soon as you read some of the categories below).

Some items are free download .stl files, depending on the source; some others are not the kind of stuff I would print by my own (at least for now) but anyway got my consumer attention for sure.

1rst Category: Clothing, shoes.

Of course first 3D printing category for women is about what we commonly dress up. I’m the kind of girl who rather customized over mainstream or massive. And when it comes to 3D printing, I personally think you do not only get a fancy outfit, you also get to sound all fancy when you tell people what it is, even when not all 3D printed outfits are as expensive as they look (some of the things below actually have a free download version).

Shoes

Palmiga Multi Ribbon Sandals V4.11. Printed with TPU filament; my fav part is the download file for free! 

I’ve seen tons of ‘unique’ high heels designs, nevertheless, my lifestyle constantly asks for both comfort and adaptability, therefore sports shoes are my always choice. Besides conventional sneakers are not an option anymore when you look at the pair below and imagine how stylish and comfortable your day would be:

New Balance Shoes with 3D-Printed midsoles

 And, what about clothing? web applications like Kinematics Cloth allows you to design complex, customized products.

the dress was 3D printed as a single folded piece at the Shapeways factory in New York City and required no assembly.

Kinematics dress by Nervous System: the dress was 3D printed as a single folded piece at the Shapeways factory in New York City and required no assembly.

Kinematics Bodice

It is composed of 1,320 unique hinged pieces, and was 3D-printed in a single folded piece.

It is composed of 1,320 unique hinged pieces, and was 3D-printed in a single folded piece.

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Comments 7

  1. Again here because it’s nice to know there will be something in spanish to read, also because of the info of course, I’m not a woman but all those things looks interesting, maybe the only thing I though it was’t a good idea (at least the model showed) was the bird ring, you might break a finger if you try to put your hand in a pocket and forget about it. 😛

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