Wu Ying Shoes- Pentesting Platform Shoes

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Wu Ying Shoes- Pentesting Platform Shoes by SexyCyborg Aug 23, 2015
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Full description is here: http://imgur.com/a/c4WNF

Wedge is a US size 8 and requires 20mm strap. Printed in PLA at 0.3mm, 20% infill it has no trouble supporting my weight. Next version I'll probably add padding but this is not bad.

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I see many uses for Cosplay shoes here :) With your permission I would like to experiment! :)

Have fun:-)

I will! And I will send you pics of my work when I'm done :) Thanks so much! I was also thinking of printing a pair to auction off for a charity event that I will be having a stall at in June, if that would be ok? I can send you a tip for said print most definitely!

No tip needed, just attribution is fine:-)

Consider it done :) thankyou so much xx

Very nice, but I see the best 3D print of god, it the first pic ;)

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Mar 17, 2016 - Modified Mar 17, 2016

would maybe sugru in the right places not make them more comfy on the sole for shock damping and where the ball of your foot goes...

good work !

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why is it printed in two parts ? wont it print in one single print ?? im just currious i love them for my wife i hope you add more sizes...

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ooohhhhhhhhhhhh! beautiful!!!

This is awesome!

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Personally, I think it is great to have some attractive folks in the making community. You are actually an example to women, who are sometimes intimidated or lack confidence. I think you are wonderful.

Can you please post the original CAD files so we may modify them to fit other size feet?

Should have a version without the drawer posted in a week or so...

Same here. I probably couldn't pull off high heels, so modifying a design like this to fit stuff in men's shoes would be an interesting challenge.

Aug 24, 2015 - Modified Aug 24, 2015

Well... Your 'shadowless kick' technique sure is, uhm...effective... I couldn't even think of what 'pentesting' was short for until you said it in the imgur album. ;] That's a pretty awesome idea-- like something out of a William Gibson novel --and you're awesome for doing it.

I need to 3D print some grips for my lockpicks... I had to give up practicing that stuff because I can't grip anything that small for very long... :\

Love it, its like something out of Get Smart, a shoe with multi-tools for use in any situation it calls for. Keep up the engineering.

this is a cool thing

I think you need more height for heels =)

Not that many of gents will be sporting these shoes, but I have to wonder how truly comfortable those are for any length of time. I assume they are loosely based the design you already wear?

And btw, You've inspired me to take a look at tinkerCad.thx

Nice design, how much infill did you use ?

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