Arize Orthotic Solution is an end-to-end software that enables orthotic clinicians todesign and prescribe 3D-printed custom foot orthoses to their patients.

HP, the American tech company recently launched Arize, an end-to-end custom insole service solution for healthcare providers backed by Leopoly’s editor software. It revolutionizes the healthcare industry by providing a scalable custom solution for better patient outcomes by utilizing 3D scanning, 3D editing, and 3D printing. Leopoly became a strategic partner to launch the Arize product in Europe together with professional partners.

Easy integration

The integration of Leopoly’s 3D design and customization tools with Arize gives orthopedic doctors streamlined access to robust 3D design and printing solutions without the need for expert design or engineering skills.

It is easy to integrate into any orthotic workflow and already existing solutions, thus helping the digitalization of traditional workflow. Leopoly’s powerful tool is licensed as a white-labeled engine, allowing Arize to offer an end-to-end solution. Leopoly’s editor solutions enable professionals with little or no experience using CAD and 3D design tools to create and optimize custom designs easily. The software’s modular approach is a world-first in the additive manufacturing industry, allowing it to quickly build an editor based on individual business needs. 

Unique solution

Currently, No other CAD or 3D design and printing software offers such a level of sophistication while keeping the user interface simple and focusing only on the tools that are relevant and valuable to the field it is used in, and all in a scalable way.

 With the integration of Leopoly’s software, Arize offers orthotists powerful software that is easy to use without compromising on accuracy, consistency, and customization. In turn, they can offer their patients better fittings and higher-quality prosthetic products.

Features that everyone needs

With our new 3D design software, users can take advantage of improved dimensional accuracy and repeatable consistency alongside easy adjustments to their orthotic designs; structure, look, and materials, and enable industry-standard modifications to orthoses, including the heel seat, arch modification, medial flange, and heel lift. The software also comes with real-time 3D visualization, therefore doctors can also directly illustrate the benefits of a custom orthosis to their patients, taking their involvement, understanding, and experience to the next level.

Our additive manufacturing software offers our partners streamlined, future-proofed, cross-platform capabilities that enable users to work with traditional 3D alongside Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR). Together with its smart 3D scan processing capabilities and 3D print integration, ease of onboarding, and modular nature, Arize by HP become a reality and soon hopefully sets industry-standard quality limits in the foot orthotic industry. 

Advantages of the Digitized Workflow compared to the traditional insole manufacturing


  • Plaster casting and foam boxes offer notoriously variable foot models, though the increasing acceptance and accuracy of direct 3D scanning of the foot will likely replace those methods within a few years.

Waste minimization:

  • Subtractive milling results in significant amounts of waste plastic in an age when recycling is tricky to verify and the oceans are already awash in plastic microparticles.

Repeatable consistency:

  • Standard turnaround times are typically 2 to 3 weeks, and mistakes and redos due to misinterpreted specifications are common. Most important, however, is that because the process involves a lot of hands-on work, consistent repeatability is challenging; different workers make slightly different orthoses even when using identical specifications. All of these factors affect efficiency.
  • By contrast, orthoses made with 3D printing are infinitely reproducible. The process is automated once a scan of the foot is made, so if the patient wants another pair, fabricators simply send the same order through and get an identical result.

New possibilities when it comes to structure, look, material use

  • Lighter, better distribution of flexibility / varying segment stiffness


Easy customization

  • 3D-printed orthoses are easily customizable with the right 3D editor tools and they will fit perfectly to each individual patient.