We show you in a variety of webinar recordings how you, as a certified orthotist, can digitalize your work, stay flexible and save time in the right places.
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Digital process chain: The path from scan to finished orthosis
> These scanners are suitable for orthopedic technology.
> Stay flexible: Combining traditional work and digital process steps in an optimal way
> Overview of manufacturing methods in orthopedic technology
Your digital studio: In just 3 steps to the orthosis blank.
> No more plastering: digital posture correction of a user scan
> Online modeling of a functional form
> The alternative to service fabrication or thermoforming: How to successfully design and configure an orthotic shell.
Digital manufacturing made easy: Milling and 3D printing in orthopedic technology
> Hybrid vs. fully digital manufacturing: You decide how digital you work
> Milling or 3D printing: the digitally created functional form as the basis for thermoforming
> 3D printing vs. industrial 3D printing: from fitting control to high-quality orthotic blanks
Examples of use: Here's how digital work is put into practice.
> Modeling a lower leg functional form
> Creation of a club foot orthosis for the lower leg
> Posture correction of a drop hand and modeling of a hand functional form
Is a member of the technical sales team at Mecuris. He is the international sales contact for new customers, key accounts & strategic partners. He handles customer visits, product demos and trainings of Mecuris Software.
Jannis is a co-founder at Mecuris & the expert for digital manufacturing processes, such as 3D printing or milling technologies. He has been working on 3D printing for over 13 years, also in collaboration with the Fraunhofer Institute.