Secret Ear Designer by Cyfex is the high-performance earmould modeling software for the digital manufacture of ear protection, earmoulds and in-ear-monitoring systems. The application facilitates a comfortable, intuitive and time-saving analysis for users and distinguishes itself through a high degree of automation. With only one license, BTE as well as ITE earmoulds can be modelled.

Software Licenses

Cyfex Secret Ear Software
Annual License Fee
2500 Decryptions
Per Annum
£1,699

Cyfex Secret Ear Software
Annual License Fee
5000 Decryptions
Per Annum
£1,999

Cyfex Secret Ear Software
Annual License Fee
Unlimited Decryptions
Per Annum
£3,999

Cyfex Secret Ear Software
Pay as you go – £50 initial dongal charge
£175 per 100 decryptions

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In-the-ear (ITE) earmoulds

For modelling of in-the-ear earmoulds, original construction data can be used by the hearing aid manufacturer. In addition, there are a multitude of popular earphone types available for the design of in-ear-monitoring earmoulds.

Behind-the-ear (BTE) earmoulds

Through the targeted use of construction assistance (templates) earmould shapes such as ring, clasp, shell or plastic foils are easily and expeditiously modelled with the Secret Ear Designer software.

Receiver-In-Canal (RIC) earmoulds

RIC- and slim earmoulds are a fast-growing segment in earmould manufacture. You can benefit from the original construction data of the hearing aid industry. Regular updates ensure that you always have the latest data available.

Ear protection

The Secret Ear Designer covers all the valve and inlet filter systems. The optimal ear protection can be modelled from a multitude of handle solutions. With the integrated Shape Manager, various constructions for inlet filters or handle solutions can be created and modified.

Cast boxes

In the current manufacture of soft earmoulds, silicone of various Shore hardnesses is used. Through the use of generatively manufactures moulds from gypsum, laboratory operations can already today produce more cost-effective soft earmoulds than when using manual manufacturing.