LuxCreo Provides the Industrialized Ultra-fast 3D Printer for Footwear Printing
LuxCreo's DLP Industrialized Ultra-Fast 3D Printer - Lux 3 and Lux 3L, Designed to provide versatile performance with fast, functional prototyping capabilities and high-throughput footwear production.
LuxCreo 2nd Generation Design - Dragon Scale Midsole
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Bisca360: The World’s First 3D Printed Waterproof Shoes
LuxCreo Provides the Materials Designed for Sports Shoe Midsoles
LuxCreo’s EM materials, possessing excellent elasticity and tear resistance, they are suitable for the production of parts that need to be bent, stretched, or compressed hundreds of thousands of cycles without compromising on performance. For example, EM⁺21 is an ideal fit for any application requiring cushioning, including sports shoe midsoles, automotive interiors, and industrial suspensions.
Because LuxCreo shoes are custom made, we are able to reduce 30-40% of waste in the supply chain. According to the U.S. Department of the Interior, Americans throw away over 300 million pairs of shoes each year. These shoes end up in landfills and can take 30 to 40 years to decompose. Since our lattice structure provides infinite foot support, it decreases the need to throw away shoes and allows for continued use as if the shoes are brand new. For every pair of BISCA360 shoes, we eliminate two regular pairs from being thrown into the landfill.
LuxCreo's patented 3D LEAP technology is energy efficient. By eliminating the injection molding in our production process, we are able to cut down on costs and minimize potential setbacks in cases where the mold isn't created in time. Additionally, LuxCreo is committed to further increase the percentage of bio-based materials that we use in printing our products.
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