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Our orthopedic shoe consultant measures the clients’ feet by making a 3D scan or cast. The foot scans or scan of casts are digitally sent to our CADCAM department.


Our CADCAM team designs the lasts based on the  scans of the feet or the sent cast. We mill the lasts and finish them in detail. These lasts are used to make the inlays by hand to the requested measurements and materials. Lasts and inlays are the base of producing all of our orthopedic shoes.


The orthopedic shoe consultant can choose to test the lasts and inlays by using a fitting shoe for the client. We call this the fitting phase. After this first fitting phase, a second may follow to test a leather trial shoe or a lining shoe. To make sure the final shoe concept will fit well.


After fitting the trial shoe, the client and the orthopedic shoe consultant sit down together to choose the model that will best meet the clients’ needs. The consultant then enters all the details, such as the closure type, heel height and outsole in our digital order form. All this information is sent to our production facility, along with the marked fitting shoes, lasts and inlays.

First, we make the necessary adjustments to the lasts and inlays after which we can start production of the actual orthopedic shoes. When the shoes are made, we will ship them to the orthopedic consultant as agreed.


Some orthopedic shoe consultants choose to have shoes produced immediately without a fitting phase. These orders are often submitted with our CYScan concept or other 3D scan. After processing, our CADCAM department sends the orthopedic shoe consultant a screenshot of the created last design. After the design is approved, the necessary changes are made to the digital last design. Then we mill and finish the lasts and make the inlays; the production of the orthopedic shoes can start. After making the shoes we ship them to the orthopedic shoe consultant as agreed.