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3D Printed Rollerblades: PLAirborne

by Lambert Varias
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Instructables user Mizchief100 makes rollerblades cutting edge once again with his custom fit 3D printed design. It’s not 100% 3D printed – you’ll still need to buy shoe laces and wheels for instance –but the boot, tongue, foot plate and wheel housing are all 3D printed and customizable.

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The rollerblades pictured above and in the video below are from Mizchief100’s first design. His newest design skips the tongue and toe parts.

Skate to Instructables to find out how you can make your own rollerblades. You can download the 3D files on Mizchief100’s Thingiverse page.

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