Featured Project: MASSIVit Printer Makes Sure the Shoe Fits

This giant shoe was printed in two pieces in under 24 hours on a MASSIVit 3D printer.

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This featured project comes to us from Switzerland, where Dekom 3D Plus, a full-service graphic design, print and wrap shop, printed this 6 ½’ tall (2-meter) shoe for a client.

The shoe, according to the company, was produced as a concept piece to demonstrate how sports brands can add significant value to a promotional campaign.

The shoe was produced on Dekom’s MASSIVit 1800 3D printer in just under 24 hours. It was produced in two pieces, and once finished was filled with expandable foam. A combination of self-adhesive vinyl, textiles and paint was applied to enhance its realism.


Tony Kindelspire

Tony Kindelspire is the former digital content editor of Sign & Digital Graphics & WRAPS magazines.

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