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The digital path to the prosthesis

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Today’s orthopedic technology is still mainly a craft with real manual labor, but times are changing here, too: New tools like 3D printers and 3D scanners are finding their way into the workshops. Learn in our current video how they change this workplace.

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Timo Roth
Editorial team

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Digitalization in orthopedic technology – A craft is changing


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Orthopedic auxiliary means are mostly still produced in manual labor today. But orthopedic technology is also trying out new ways by using tools like 3D scanners, digital models and 3D printing. Nadja Singer from Ottobock explains in our video interview how this changes the production of auxiliary means.
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Digitalization in orthopedic technology – A craft is changing
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