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Application of 3D Scanning in Prosthetic & Orthotic Clinical Practice
Jiri ROSICKY 1,2,3, Ales GRYGAR 1,2, Petr CHAPCAK 1,2, Tomas BOUMA 1,2, Jan ROSICKY 1,2
1 Invent Medical Group, Ostrava, Czech Republic;
2 ING corporation, Frydlant nad Ostravici, Czech Republic;
3 Ortopedicka protetika Frydek-Mistek, Frydek-Mistek, Czech Republic
This presentation is focused on application of 3D body scanning that represents a standard part of digital processes that we use in our prosthetic & orthotic clinical practice. The description of digital workflows such as CAD/CAM process (3D scanning, CAD/CAM, CNC milling) or Direct Digital Manufacturing process (3D scanning, computational modelling, 3D printing) will be done. We will give an overview of the application of different scanners for P&O clinical practice.
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