Category: Orthotics

Orthotics

The manufacturing of foot orthotics or insoles has been an intricate and slow process until recently. With the introduction of 3D-printed insoles based on 3D scans creating a digital flow, new opportunities have opened up and broadened the orthotics horizon. Efficiency, cost and accessibility are examples of how 3D-printing and scanning technology have influenced the product and [...]
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The way orthoses are made is changing drastically. Optimal healing processes are reached by fully customizing casts, splints, and other orthotic devices to a patient's specific needs and requirements. Any error or flaw in the design can prevent the patient's recovery or hinder their functionality.  Orthoses are frequently made using molds. The traditional process requires a lot of steps and could be executed more [...]
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Orthotic devices are used to provide protection and support to limbs with injuries or medical conditions. The medical industry has been using traditional manufacturing techniques to produce these devices but are now being replaced by digital manufacturing techniques such as 3D printing. Curious to know why? Continue reading this blog.  The traditional method uses plaster or [...]
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