insole design

in Wearables held by Ragini
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We have an .obj file of a foot impression. You need to make an stl file of a solid insole which is customised for that foot. This insole stl file should be ready for 3D printing.

We need you to Explain to us, step-by-step in simple words how to accomplish this (and the software tools to be used)

Also note that we need to automate as many steps as possible for bulk processing.

I have attached 2 files.
1. Foot impression scan file.
2. Final output expected. (The insole stl file that we want you to make is only 2/3rd length of the foot. There is a cover on this which covers the full length). So, the expected end result from you should look like the image attached, but only 2/3rd length of the foot.
So, the best approach, with best quality, least manual intervention will be awarded the job.


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