Mecuris moves orthopaedic care into the digital world by bringing together 3D technologies into one intuitive solution platform. Physicians and orthopaedic technicians are thus empowered to 3D-print patient-specific prostheses & orthoses without prior 3D design or 3D printing know-how. The Mecuris solution platform uses patient images like CT or 3D scans as well as photos or plain measurements, to semi-automatically individualise 3D designs of patient aids and make them ready-to-print at a local 3D printing hub. This enables a 100% customised fit and cuts production times by 75% for medical practitioners and patients - at reimburseable costs.
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Mecuris will showcase their solution platform that enables easy configuration & individualisation of patient aids for 3D printing purposes. Products already enabled by this online platform will be on display:
All products are:
Mecuris also hosts a workshop on Tuesday, May 7th, 5:15-6pm on "Designing your own 3D-printable patient aid in 15 minutes". Participants receive 50% off their first order.
FirStep + NexStep Prosthetic Feet
The FirStep for children and NexStep for adults are the world’s first 3D-printed prosthetic feet. They enable CPOs to customise a white-labelled foot exactly to the demands of their patients.
The NexStep features:
- Design options like size, patient weight, roll-over behaviour, colour and more
- CE marking for Mobi3/K3 patients up to 125kg per ISO 10328
- Energy return of 84.8% (toe) / 88.8% (heel)
The FirStep provides very high mobility to children (Mobi 4, K4).
Design Prosthesis "Pangolin"
The award-winning "Pangolin" BK prosthetic shows the future of prosthetics: A bionic, lightweight yet powerful design.
Designer Clemens Rieth commented on the "Pangolin":
"Progress and strengths are naturally expressed by wide-spanning surfaces and arches. Common forms are insufficiently complex to display the possibilities offered by additive manufacturing.
The structure is a wrapped surface, which is immersed in itself. It seems complex, yet fragile.”
Modular 3D-Printed BK Prosthesis
This leg combines customised components from the two leading enablers of 3D-printed lower limb prosthetics, Mecuris and ProsFit. The foot as well as the socket are laser sintered and CE certified, to withstand high patient activity.
- Mecuris NexStep prosthetic foot
- ProsFit BK socket
An optional Mecuris prosthetic cover can be attached to protect the leg and combine a natural shape with a modern look.
The NexStep and its offspring, the FirStep for children, are the world’s 1st 3D-printed prosthetic feet, offering a fast & customised solution for every amputee. The medical certification marks the end of the prototyping stage and kicks off the market launch of the NexStep.
A first pair of CE-certified prosthetic feet was digitally tailored to a patient only a week ago. The resulting CAD models were then produced in a certified 3D printing hub. Now, they will be sent to a medical professional practicing in Eastern Europe for the treatment of a young and active double-amputee. The patient was surprised about the quick delivery, as he usually had to wait 2-3 months for an individual prosthesis. Mecuris long-term goal is to ship custom prosthetics within 48 hours.
Full read: goo.gl/Z7Oi4Z
O&P professionals are invited to join the “Design your own 3D-printable prosthetic in 15 min” workshop at ISPO (Tue, May 9th, 5:15-6pm).
Phone: +49 170 2972733
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