Have you always wanted a pair of shoes that nobody else wears? Extravagant high heels, casual sandals or practical flip flops? These makers are showing you how to do it!
These pretty sandals out of Filaflex filament are so convenient: They can get wet thanks to the plastic material and you can roll them together and make them super tiny so that they fit in every handbag. We think they are definitely an ideal companion for the beach!
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: Recreus
Toothy High Heels
Unbelievable! Maker “kitahiro921” was pretty creative and inspired by sharks. The high heels imitate the animal’s teeth. Plus: The harmless looking heel with a height of 12.7 cm is a knife whose edge runs in the footbed…
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: kitahiro921
Lady in Red
These cherry red, eye-catching pumps are not (yet) suitable for a whole party night, but they can at least be proudly shown! They consist of two parts and the great color can be achieved with an acrylic primer and paint spray. The two layers should then be impregnated with a third layer.
Found on MyMiniFactory, Maker: MyMiniFactory
If you want to print these chic metallic high heels, use PLA, ABS, bronze filament or laywood as base material. For the pads and straps, which almost look like leather, Maker “Michele Badia” chose Ninja flex.
Found on MyMiniFactory, Maker: Michela Agnese Badia
These stylish PLA toe sandals were made in an Ultimaker 2 and can be printed by any experienced Maker within approx. 15 hours! The 3D model is available in size 32/33.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: Busetoimeme
Extravagant High Heels
For those who aim high: Hot high heels with green profile from a MakerBot Replicator. But beware! The individual parts must be glued together securely! Carry at your own risk!
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: natmrodriguez
Also men can wear bright colors! These light feet were created with HQs Flex Filament in a Chimak 3D printer.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: Chimak3d
Classic sandals are perfect for the summer. Just slip in, done! The printing is also not particularly difficult: Take flexible rubber filament in your favorite color, mirror the model for the second shoe side and adjust it to the respective shoe size. Maker “billsprototypestudio” has a shoe size of 7, depending on the size, you just have to scale it up or down.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: billsprototypestudio
Let’s stick with sandals. How about this curios design? They were printed with a MakerBot Replicator without supports. Maker “Otisa” points out that it is not self-evident to be able to wear a pair of shoes and gives us tips for a more conscious handling of our goods.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: Otisa
Summery High Heels
Doesn’t this shoe remind of summer and long promenades for strolling? Yearning? -Then let’s get to the 3D printer!
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: createbot3dprinter
Aren’t they cute? With the octopus foot pattern, your child even leaves a footprint of its own on the beach! For the exact size the feet were scanned with an IRIS-7.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: leothemakerprince
Use flexible filament for this pair of shoes to make the slipper really comfortable. The heel is interchangeable.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: mjchen
These wedges were printed with wood-filament and then finished to get this great result. They’re actually wearable, Maker “SexyCyborg” posted a video on purpose.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: SexyCyborg
This sneaker version is a Remake of the Recreus Sneaker II. They were printed with Recreus Elastic FFX filament, which is very soft and squeezy.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: Gyrobot
Anyone who prefers comfortable shoes, whether at home, at the swimming pool or on the beach, should print these simple, eco-looking sandals. Use Laywoo-D3, Nylon or Flexible PLA as filament.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: ibudmen