You can download the Gensole Megapack below which contains a “Gensole Bundle” (Tab 1), shoe profiles (Tab 2), example foot scans (Tab 3), DXF zones if required and some Slic3r AMFs and configurations :
A Gensole Bundle is a “save” file created in Tab 4 of Gensole. Essentially it is only a .zip file which contains all the necessary data which can be imported again in Tab 1 at a later time to re-generate the model. Inside the zip file, there will be everything Gensole needs.
Click the Launch icon on the main page. You will need to create an email login (while beta) to progress into the software.
Once you are in take a look at this instructional video :
Every foot is different, every shoe is different, every manufacturer adopts their own techniques and variations in size width etc, which is why we all test fit our shoes before buying them. Therefor it is almost impossible to provide a range of templates inside Gensole that would fit every shoe out there.
The route for Gensole has been to create a user adjustable profile that can be generated to fit their own shoe shape. Paper templates can be printed and cut out to test fit inside a shoe then profile adjustments can be made and the cycle repeated quickly until you are happy.
If you have removable insoles already in your shoes then you can remove and trace around them onto paper or card so you can take a few simple measurements.
Alternatively, cut out a piece of stiff card so that you can get it to fit nicely inside your shoe and then trace around this onto some paper.
Please familiarise yourself with these parameter names and the points P1-P6 below, also available as a PDF :
You should have something like this :
You can now type these values into Gensole when on Tab 2. Once entered you can print off the PDF download for a test fit and make necessary adjustments. I would also recommend downloading this profile as a shoe template incase you want to use it again or build up your own library :
There is no ability to add orthotic corrections to the insole, however Gensole will match to a footscan, therefore change the footscan first and you can introduce corrective properties. The following video is providing ideas for the professional podiatrist who will know what is required when deforming the footscan :
Chrome Browser : Tested and recommended on Chrome browser.
Mozilla : Will save the .zip bundle (Tab 4) but is unable to download shoe profiles and pdf profiles as well as the .AMF, sorry but we are looking into this.