An increasing interest in applying 3D printing is noticeable in orthopaedic / orthopedic engineering. This development will change the traditional workflow towards digital manufacturing of scanning, modeling, printing and assembling of orthopedic and medical devices. 3D printing enables functional end products to be used directly for the patient. The speed of production and personalization of for example leg prostheses, orthotics (braces) and hand splints are of added value in the workflow of the instrument manufacturers.
The EXO-L is a safety belt for the ankles which is connected to a comfortable low rise work shoe. It prevents injuries and offers maximum freedom.Read on
Together with AchilleonZorg Oceanz developed the first 3D printed prosthesis tube. This prosthesis was fitted to a 3-year-old patient for who an amputation ofRead on