Hello, This answer is for you and for anyone who might be searching for shoemaking information. There are no machines which make shoes any more than you can make an entire car with a machine. But, if you really want to make your own shoes, you can. There are many classes and books which will help you learn. There are Facebook pages and YouTube videos. A skill and machine which would be the most useful for you at this point is learning to sew on a good, heavy duty sewing machine. Chances are someone you know may have an older machine that they no longer use. Or, you might find something on Craigslist. Look for a machine which goes forwards and in reverse and can sew thick items. I started out with an old, steel-bodied machine from a catalog company, made in the 1960's-1970's, before machines became mostly plastic. Learn how to thread the machine. Practice sewing forwards and backwards. With these skills, you can make some basic footwear at home. To make something like you would buy in a store, take a class if you can.
A point of clarification: shoemakers (also called cordwainers) and shoe repair shops (also called cobblers) have some of the same machines and skills, but there are some major differences. You can learn some skills and tools from your local repair shop, but if you want to go from design to wearable shoe, you will need to learn from a shoemaker.
There is a great community of shoemakers out there and room for more, so search the web and Facebook and follow your heart.