|Abstract||Contributions and further research suggestions for a project focused on creating a three-dimensional reconfigurable surface for the creation of custom fit orthotics are outlined. The functionality and feasibility of solenoids as a method to miniaturize components and perform smooth linear motion is analyzed. The analytical approach provides a direct answer on their viability to be used as a driver for this given project. In conjunction with testing of solenoids, preliminary research is reported on Linear Tubular Motors as a possible alternative electromagnetic linear motion driver. The creation of an open-source GUI, which can be downloaded onto a personal computer and controls the motion of each element is also reported. Also, two possible avenues to create three-dimensional models of any created surface are theorized. Unfortunately with the onset of the COVID-19 outbreak, personal research and experimental data gathering ceased and this research became purely theoretical. As such, the theoretical steps and calculations will be left for the sake of posterity and continued research.