These shoes are a combination of sea coral and medieval knights. Combining the gracefulness of the waves and the valor of a knight. So these shoes seem unisex.
The outsole is given the concept of layering waves but neatly to balance the sharp knight's armor. The 3 lines of holes represent the eye holes on a medieval knight's helmet. In addition to giving the impression of tech wear, this hole has a function to help with elasticity when you start using it. And the round holes function as an exhaust and also to make it lighter.
This shoe was made in one shot because to show that this shoe can only be produced by 3D machines. Keep it neat, not overdone, and ready to wear.
How to Print:
Before Slicing, I recommend you rotate it to 33 degrees with the forefoot touching the floor. You can see in the picture above
Layer Height: 0,2 mm
Walls: 0,8 mm
Top/Bottom: 0,8 mm
Infill: 15% (Depends on your material, because some of TPU are different in the different brands)
Pattern Infill: Gyroid (Recommended) but you can choose your favorite pattern. I think gyroid is the best for this because the shape is perfect for footwear
Support: Tree (Touch on Build Plate)
Support Density: 5% (to hold the object because we use TPU, so they don’t collapse)
Support Z Distance: 0,3 mm
Build plate Adhesion: Raft (Raft Extra Margin 3mm (optional))
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