SOLE by PodoPrinter 3D printer for insoles to debut on October 1st

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Printed with the SOLE PodoPrinter. Insoles can be used with or without top layer.

Backed by colorFabb, the new SOLE by PodoPrinter system is launching on October 1st and introducing a new footwear-specific hardware approach. The SOLE Podoprinter solution is a unique combination of a 3D Belt printer (like colorFabb’s backed BlackBelt Printer), filament and specialized insole CAD software. Users can scan with almost any device and use this integrated easy workflow even without having any knowledge of 3D printing. just by pushing of a button.
The SOLE PodoPrinter is yet another solution driving innovation in footwear AM, a segment that is expected to reach $9 billion in global revenues by 2030, as per the latest sector-leading market forecasts. Specifically, the system was built to provide 100% automated production of an insole. It is an in-store solution: right after printing, the insole is ready for use by the client. PodoPrinter includes a library of CAD templates (and possibility to develop new ones) and flexibility of shore hardness from 30 to 65.
A SOLE by PodoPrinter machine at Fontys Paramedische Hogeschoolin Eindhoven, NL. Students are going to learn to design and print on it.
With this system, insole retailers turned manufacturers can benefit from reduced …

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