It's like tying up your legs with laces like a mummy!
3D models of shoes to print in place without supports. Unlike sls, FDM flexible printing is not supported by the surrounding material, and due to the vibrations and flexibility of the material, the printed air hole structures are not very nice. It is easier to print a closed model, where retraction can be turned off for filaments prone to clogging.
This design is printed from a flat heel. Thanks to this, we can have an ergonomic sole that is not flat without the need for supports. There is a fine structure on the surface that helps reduce the glossiness of the material.
The shoe is closed, therefore it is a type of rubber shoe suitable for rainy weather.
Since the shoe is printed vertically, you need to make at least 3 or even 4 walls so that it tends to crack less in the layers when you put your feet in. It is better to use a Softer Filament, but with a higher infill. It depends on the type of infill, it might be a good idea to print a test piece of the shoe to see how soft the sole is.
Wall lines: 3
Nozzle: 0,5 - 0,6
Layer Height: 0,16 - 0,2
Top Layers: 6
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