Embrace REALvision software

Prepare the seat or cushion for printing by easily applying soft and hard zones for pressure relief and enhanced comfort


Streamlined build preparation of seats and cushions with our dedicated software


Import your seat or cushion

Import your design file of choice into our build preparation software

Apply density zones

Enhance your print seat or cushion by incorporating soft and hard zones

Accurate time management

Slice your object for precise printing time and accurate filament estimation

"The Embrace SeatMaker software is customized in a unique way, so that the end-user only sees what is needed to produce a cushion or a seat. We have configured and hidden all the difficult choices about print strategy, temperatures, speeds, and so on. What really gives value here is the expertise of the end-user to select the right pressure relieving zones in the seats."

Design freedom

Do you already have an existing production setup? During the consultancy phase, we can integrate pressure mapping and CAD design seamlessly.

Our REALvision Embrace CAM software enables you to:

  • Incorporate customized gradient zones (adjusting hardness/softness)
  • Preview the print
  • Streamline the 3D printing process in a single workflow.”
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Build preparation for seats and cushions

No need for post-processing

Users typically require seats that provide support to specific body parts. The production process of a 3D-printed seat involves three steps:

  1. Create a 3D model to generate the design file. Input sources can include a vacuum bag, 3D scanner, pressure mapping, or parametric data.

  2. Utilize the software to easily add soft and hard zones precisely where needed, using an intuitive slider. Our patented technology seamlessly incorporates gradients between these zones.

  3. Slice, preview, and print your model. Gain a precise estimation of the printing time and filament usage.

In traditional crafting of customized wheelchair seats, achieving varying hardness zones involves labor-intensive post-processing, including carving and gluing additional foams. This process adds complexity and time to the primary manufacturing.

However, with the 3D printing approach, the need for post-processing is eliminated. There is no requirement for additional carving and gluing of different foams.

Try before you buy: Orthotics & prosthetics print service

  • Try Programmable Foam®: use the orthotics & prosthetics print service. We use your design and requirements.
  • Test our capabilities: order a free sample

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