Recreus sandals

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Recreus sandals by Recreus Jul 23, 2014

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Hello Recreusers!!!
Want more ways to use Filaflex? Check out our new 3D printed sandals.
We have use the new slicer software CRAFTWARE, thats awesome software, We have used support and are friendly removables.
PRINT SPEED: 50 mm/s
TEMP: 235ºC
-Scale up or down the large size to get your size.
Large size:
286,38 mm 43 8.5 9.5
279,72 mm 42 8 9
269,73 mm 41 7.5 8.5
266,40 mm 40 6.5 7.5
259.74 mm 39 6 7
253.08 mm 38 5 6
246,42 mm 37 4 5
239,76 mm 36 3.5 4.5

Thanks to everyone!!
Let´s #printeverything

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You guys need to go by inches for us Americans. We don't use the metric system

Hey the sixth photo over it looks like you are bleeding on the left foot just below the jeans. Just letting you know!


Got much better results printing with 15%-20% infill than 10%. I mean, visible results, specially on the sole.

How much material did it cost u? (Grams)

For a 253.08mm long pair of sandals you will need 206 grams.

Thnks...alot for the details.

amigo con que programa mandas a imprimir con el cura? o cual me aconsejas y como puedo darle la estructura de como imprimir ya que si le pngo 10% de relleno solo me hara lineas horizontales

Wait...the image says flip flops but the title says sandals. Which ones are they?

what size shoe would this be?

So this works only with filaflex filament?

No, this could work with ninja flex, zen works flexible, flex Eco pla or any flexible filament. Could also work with abs or pla or any other plastic, but the flex filament is so the shoe is comfy and so on.

its suposed to put support, right?
How do you put it, so it dont curves?

How I print left and right shoes?

In Cura you also have the possibility to mirror objects.

Aug 13, 2014 - Modified Aug 13, 2014
Tomi_3D - in reply to GHIMAX

In CraftWare ( http://craftunique.com/craftware ) you can rotate the objects!

Is that a Prusa i3 with Y extension? That is a must for printing a shoe size that fits most adults. Could you give some info about your printer or links for the parts used? It would be very helpful. Thank you!

Very nice! Thanks for pointing to Craftware. It looks great.

wich nozzle diameter are you using?. Seems "big" 0.6?

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Hello xz81

We have used different kinds of nozzle, 0,5 for aquamarine sandals and 0,4 for blue, we also use 0,3 in some small pieces to get a good quality.


Can anybody tell me how to flip the model in MakerWare? Could't find it.
Thanks a lot!

The download link of the Craft Ware:

did you use that type of filament

The description says filaflex