The way orthoses, prosthetics and other personalized medical devices are made is quickly becoming an all-digital process. By personalizing devices to a patient’s specific needs and requirements, healing or quality of life can be optimized. In this process, 3D scanning is key.
Reinventing and optimizing medical devices
Regardless if you’re working with orthopedics, prosthetics or personalized midsoles, going from a traditional to a digital workflow saves both time and money. It’s also a lot easier to make adjustments.
The flow starts with 3D scanning, where you capture and create a 3D image based on a patient’s body part. With 3D scanners from peel 3D, there are no unnecessary features, just pure and simple high quality scans without any preparations. Have a look at our range of peel 3D scanners below.
PLM Group offers three 3D scanning solutions from peel 3D. Read more below to find your best fit.
The level of detail you can 3D scan with Peel 3D scanners
Number of measurements per second
Number of output formats, among them stl and obj
Volumetric accuracy based on part size
Peel 3D portfolio
Ergonomic 3D scanner with unparalleled ease of use, improved resolution and better performance with objects and colors.
3D scanning for:
3D scan defunct or broken parts, edit and 3D print for spare parts on demand or custom made parts.
3D scan to design and 3D print personalized orthoses and prosthetics for better fit.
3D scan and store invaluable objects or 3D print objects to create stunning, authentic replicas.
3D scan your prints regardless of print technology to make sure they fit the bill.
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