EXTENSIVE PROJECT LOG AND WORKING FILES CAN BE FOUND ON HACKADAY
N+ is an open source additive-enabled bike shoe platform & the first open innovation from BIEM ETC
A complex, multi-material print that involves flexible, rigid, and even using a printed mold to lay up the carbon components. The textile uppers require some basic sewing skills and materials. Follow the project on Hackaday
Currently, fits a size 10-10.5US but I'm working on making the model more adjustable.
Sorry if the orientation of parts is off, will work through that soon.
Tough (Nylon, Alloy910)
Rigid (ASA or PLA)
- Frame Heel
- SPD insert (may not be enough)
- Core (use Meshmixer to add holes to fit your heat-set inserts or bolts)
- Mold for carbon lay-up (requires nub file, on Hackaday)