Computer-Aided Design/Manufacturing Systems, Orthopedic, Foot Orthosis/Prosthesis

Definition : Scanning systems designed to capture three-dimensional (3-D) in-vivo images of the topographical features of feet using laser or light scanning systems or a combination of both. These systems typically consist of a stand-alone unit or a handheld wand that is displaced along the foot contour to scan and capture images from plantar and surrounding areas, a central unit that process the numerical data and 3-D images, and a monitor that displays the video images in real time. The systems simultaneously record the digital data corresponding to the images as a digital foot impression using dedicated software. Once the digital impression is assessed, it is sent electronically to a computer-aided manufacturing milling machine that may be located in the same orthopedic area or in a remote orthopedic laboratory for automated manufacturing of the model of an appropriate orthosis or prosthesis.

UMDC code : 36161

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Amfit Inc

Company Type: Parent

Amfit, Inc. is the world's premier provider of state of the art computerized custom foot orthotic equipment, products, and services. Our company offers cutting edge design software, fabrication technology, superior custom orthotics, and unsurpassed customer service. With more than three decades of field experience, our equipment is proven with hundreds of systems installed worldwide.

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