Orthotic Insoles (Customizeable)
by dsnettleton, published
Note: Fixed a problem with the mesh; customizer should work properly now.
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Suggestions for improvement: consider adding a variable with the ability of lifting the heal height on one side (or the other) to assist correcting over-pronation or supination. It would be like adding a wedge on one side of the heal. For example, for over-pronation: the wedge would be in the inner part of the orthotics. Can you help?
Someday we will print braces for teeth, al a invissaline. Ankle brace for the sprain. New heal for the shoe -- because that's the part that wears out first. New frames, to stay in fashion, maybe even new lenses... or not. (Though you could print "pin hole" lens glasses). Maybe a belt, or suspenders, and a matching band for your watch -- if you have a few hours notice, but have no desire to go our shopping. Flower for your lapel.
Custom ear plugs (they actually are formed to your ear canal... or adapter for make in-ear monitors that are customized for each person.
3D printing brings a whole new level of health and customization possibilities to life.
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Customize these, print them out, and slip them under your shoe's insoles for solid, springy arch support. Typically, orthotic inserts such as these cost upwards of one hundred dollars. Per pair. With these customized inserts, you can print out a set that fits your feet, and create as many pairs as you need, nevermore having to switch out your inserts every time you switch shoes.
Print these out and try them. You won't want to go back!
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