Penn State Student Launches 3D Printed Footwear On Kickstarter
UnisBrands Launches Line of 3D Printed, User-Customizable Footwear on Kickstarter
UnisBrands today announced the availability of a new line of user-customizable, 3D printed footwear via a crowd-funding campaign on Kickstarter that’s launched September 6, at 9 a.m. Initially available in limited quantities to early backers for only $75 and $100 (regular retail price will be $140), Unis Brands will be offering two different styles…their U-Straps and U-Slides.
Unis, who enrolled at Penn State through the 2+2 Plan — spending his first two years at Penn State Altoona and finishing at University Park — is working on developing fully customized shoes using 3D printing technology. The idea stemmed from an interest in footwear — not just the fashion — but the construction, materials, and also the market.
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