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Published on Sep 9, 2010
This 6 minute video shows a brief overview of some of the processes involved in making a shoe. The shoe progresses from "clicking" or cutting of the leather components, through "closing" or stitching and fitting of the various components to make the upper. The upper is then "lasted", a sole is directly injection moulded onto the upper and finally shoe roomed, inspected and boxed.
Unlike many fully automatic manufacturing processes, shoe making is still very labour intensive and involves a great many manual steps.