Medical

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With the advancements in computer technology, it is easy for physicians to walk in a digital realm.

Our services can help medical professionals in making particular body parts or fittings.


Laser Scanning

Laser Scanning

3d scanning is a non-invasive and non-contact measuring method. Patients and body parts can quickly be measured, almost as fast as taking a photograph. In the past, they had to be measured using painstaking techniques like taking casts etc.

Some Services We Provide

    Orthotics/Prosthesis design
    Dental implants design and manufacturing
    Digital assembly of the human body parts for training and visualization
    3D visualization for orthopedic surgeons to plan for a complex surgical procedure
    Custom footwear design and manufacturing
    Infant orthotic helmet design
    Reverse engineering of complex medical devices

Some of our services can help medical professionals in making particular body parts or fittings to them. With the advancements in computer technology, it is easy for physicians to walk in a digital realm and practice a particularly complex surgery before actually doing it. We can help create that data for them. With our technology, for example, it is easy to digitize a set of teeth for reproducing and manufacturing dental implants or other oral devices. Head shapes can be designed to better design customer head fittings or helmets. Reverse engineering some of these complex medical devices could also lead to lower cost alternative solutions.

In the past, we have reverse engineered and modeled complex medical fittings and bone plates for orthopedic applications. As well, we have also helped in developing products for dental applications, by applying our 3d scanning and product design methods.

During early infancy, some children may suffer from plagiocephaly issue or flat head syndrome, which is basically flattening of some areas of the head. We have helped companies devise and improvise orthotic helmets for these infants which helps to cure this, and prevent it from becoming permanent.

With our newly added 3d printing technology, dental impressions and other medical devices can be physically created. This can be done using either FDM (Fusion Deposition Modeling) or SLA (Stereo Lithography) technology.