Business case: CUBIX 3D printed insoles in orthopedic shoe stores
CUBIX could be for you. Are you looking for a solution containing all components? Please read about the business case that started our insole adventure. The CUBIX insole printing solution combines cutting-edge technologies and know-how from GeBioM, Covestro, and Create it REAL. It stands out as a well-proven system currently installed in more than 100 orthopedic workshops across Europe.
Traditionally, the production process involves manual work and a high percentage of wasted material. CUBIX solution for 3D printing insoles comprises an effortless operation using 100% recyclable filaments.
The CUBIX solution is built on a partnership formed with technology from GeBioM and Create it REAL. The bricks are integrated into a solution, surrounded by proper support to get installed, started, and integrated into the store. We realize that disrupting an existing industry takes time and people need to be trained appropriately in 360 degrees of the solution. It influences the way you work, the way you design and craft, and the way you market and sell.
Revolutionizing diabetic foot care with 3D printing technology
For GeBioM, it started with the diabetic foot. People with diabetic foot conditions can particularly benefit from the advancements in orthopedic care. Diabetic individuals are at an increased risk for foot problems, including neuropathy, foot ulcers, and amputations. Proper foot care and support are crucial in preventing these complications, and 3D-printed orthopedic insoles can play a vital role in this process.
The inserts can be tailored to provide targeted support and cushioning to specific foot areas, resulting in a more comfortable, individual, and practical fit. In addition, 3D-printed insoles can be designed to offload pressure from sites of the foot at risk for ulceration, helping to prevent more severe injuries.
Prevent complications with 3D-printed insoles
In addition to their potential for preventing diabetic foot complications, 3D-printed orthopedic insoles also have several other benefits. They are lightweight and durable, making them ideal for daily use. The 3D printing process also allows for a more efficient and cost-effective production process, making these inserts more accessible for patients.
Overall, the use of 3D-printed orthopedic insoles is a significant advancement in the field of diabetic foot care. These inserts provide a customized and targeted solution for foot pain and other musculoskeletal issues, helping individuals lead more comfortable and active lives.