High-tech grips from Germany
Personomic is a start-up from Stuttgart and was founded out of the University of Stuttgart. We have developed a unique, patent-pending process chain for the automated production of personalized products for the hand. In production, we rely on state-of-the-art 3D printing processes and cooperate with world-leading companies in the field of additive manufacturing.
We only need a photo to measure your hands to the millimeter. All you need is a smartphone and a sheet of paper. The sheet serves as a reference object and enables the exact measurement.
We use the photos to determine the relevant hand measurements and use them to create a digital twin of your hands: a freely movable 3D model including bones, tissue and skin.
Our software reproduces the hand digitally and simulates the ideal gripping position. The shape of the hand is then transferred to a handle blank. This corresponds to the negative shape of the hand. In a multi-stage finishing process, the grip is smoothed and visually enhanced.
The grips and their molds are produced in industrial 3D printers. We use 3D printers from Rapid Shape, one of the world's leading manufacturers of automated DLP production systems.
By manufacturing in-house, we have full control over the production process. This gives us the ability to guarantee the quality of the bike grips.
The 3D-printed moulds are finally cast on with silicone. Once the silicone has cured, the molds are removed and the grips are prepared for shipping.