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    Orthopedic Technology 4.0 - Digital creation of 3D-printed ortheses for immobilization, storage or correction


    10/6/19 | 2:30 PM – 3:45 PM time


    Jannis Breuninger, Mecuris GmbH (Munich, Germany)

    Benjamin Gröschel, Mecuris GmbH (Munich, Germany)

    Tara Nicoll, Mecuris GmbH (Munich, Germany)

    Session format
    Basic Instructional Course
    Room 2A, Exhibition Hall 2
    Orthotics: Lower Limb
    Target audience
    Congress registrants only
    Session Chair

    Tara Nicoll



    Presenting an orthopedic technician’s digital workshop as a web-based platform for automating the manufacturing process of a 3D printed immobilization, storage or correction orthosis. Based on the original manufacturing process, all steps are shown, from the scan to the finished end product. Further explained are the important tools in the digital environment, such as automatic posture correction. In addition, the pros and cons of the new manufacturing process and the final product (the 3D-printed orthosis) are shown from the orthopedic technician’s perspective.

    Statement of the objective / learning objectives

    Visitors gain insight into orthopedic technology 4.0 - the automation and digitization of an orthotic manufacturing process from the orthopedic technicians’ and developers’ perspectives.

    This session focuses on the topic Orthotics: Lower Limb Orthopaedic.

    Simultaneous Interpretation


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