Plastic polypropylene is used to manufacture orthoses in a vacuum thermoforming process. With our seven-axis milling robots, we produce high-precision raw forms, over which the heated plastic is shaped. The products are very flexible, whilst at the same time being extremely stable in form. Once cooled, the resulting blanks are processed manually and prepared for the patient fitting. The final touches are made directly while the orthosis is on the patient's body. Even in retrospect, it is possible to react ideally to changes in the patient's body, as the starting material is still workable when heated.
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