Customizable Orthotics Are 3D-Printed To The Wearer’s Liking

Customizable Orthotics Are 3D-Printed To The Wearer’s Liking
Design

New York startup finds new solution in customizing corrective footwear.

Lin Qiu
  • 27 february 2014

Glamazons with aching feet can breathe a sigh of relief – New York-based industrial designer Kegan Schouwenburg has started Sols Systems Inc. to make bespoke shoes inserts using 3D-printing. All you would need to get a pair is a smartphone with a camera.

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