Form Fitting Insole

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Form Fitting Insole by Gyrobot Jan 2, 2015


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Thanks a lot ! you have done a great job of pioneering.
I have printed my own scanning now.
I have simplified your method by using a foot template cutted in an A4 sheet (as per my feet exact size), which is simpler than learning new software to do the same thing in a file, and then importing the .jpg with Cura, which I use for slicing anyway. Cura translates the shades of grey (not 50) into depth.
I will post a made soon.

Thank you for the Cura tip, I will investigate further.

Hey, do you happen to have the file as a solid or some other format?

PhotoToMesh software may help you create the model from the scanned image a lot easier. :)

Thank you for the recommendation.

I am trying to recommend a free and open source toolchain (obviously) so in return check out BMP2IGES (http://geisel.ba-bautzen.de/bmp2iges.htm English version too), which is freeware and can be used for commercial purposes.

Although the recommendation to use OpenSCAD for the surface creation is still my preference because it is opensource.

nice i will try this on. :-D