In addition to using the latest digital foot/cast scanning, computer aided design (CAD), and computer aided manufacturing (CAM), we are leading the industry in 3D printing.
Over the past 18 months our lab has investigated materials, software, hardware and design processes to ensure our podiatry clients will receive a product not simply equal, but superior to traditional polypropylene.
Most notably, iOrthotics have been working with the Research Fellows from the University of Queensland’s School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering (Advanced Materials) to test the stress and strain properties of our EnviroPoly material. This study will help guide further development and allow us to produce higher quality, research driven devices.
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