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FAQ • 14. November 2019

3 steps to individually milled inlay strips

Positive milling offers considerable advantages for the production of diabetic, sports and shell insoles. On the one hand, storage costs are significantly reduced because the data is available in digital form and the insole strips can be reproduced quickly at any time on demand. At the same time, the simple and precise method of working leads to a result with maximum precision. In the following video you can see how positive milling can be used to produce individual insoles fast and easily.


Few work steps with time and cost savings

  1. Material selection
    Depending on the requirements, the insoles are modeled online and a rigid foam plate is selected in the modelling software.
  2. Milling
    The paro360 software sends the data to the milling machine and mills in the finest possible surface quality.
  3. Loosen and grind
    The strips are removed from the material block by punctual pressure. The edges should be sanded for better further processing.

The insole strips are now finished and in only 2 further steps the production of the perfect insoles takes place.

  1. Thermoforming
    The covering fabric and the insole raw material are heated and then laid over the insole strips. In the vacuum machine these are thermoformed wrinkle-free. The same applies to the combination plates for diabetic care.
  2. Final post-processing
    The overlapping fabric is removed and the edges of the ready-made insole are finally finished.

The individually insoles are ready. If you would like to learn more about paromed's production of thermoformed and milled insoles, click here: paroContour L1