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Digital to Walk: Building a Complete Leg Prosthesis Using Ottobock’s New Scan-to-Print Technology

December 21, 2021 — 19, 2025
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Ottobock is excited to demonstrate the first all-inclusive scanning, modelling, and 3D-printing technology specifically designed for the O&P industry. This end-to-end solution significantly lowers the entry barriers to digitalization to improve the efficiency of the care pathway for your patients. In this workshop we will begin by reviewing the Custom 4U liner scanner to create a custom liner. Following this, we will introduce you to the new iFab (individualized fabrication) Suite, which consists of iFab EasyScan, the Ottobock 3D-scanning solution, and web-based modelling in the iFab Customer Center. We will demonstrate a scan of a transtibial patient model using the new Ottobock-driven Intel hand-held scanner and explore the features of the EasyScan app to create patient profiles for...
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Curran, Aideen
Organization: Ottobock

Aideen is a certified prosthetist orthotist who studied at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia. Aideen is a clinical specialist who joined the Ottobock U.S. Professional Clinical Services Team after 7 years at Ottobock Australia where she was responsible for the Ottobock Academy, a dedicated training facility for CPOs and technicians from across Australia and NZ. Aideen has extensive exp