CAD/CAM and 3D Printing Solutions for Orthotics and Prosthetics Providers

Boost productivity. Eliminate plaster. Make better-fitting prosthetics and orthotics.

For many years, the custom fitting of orthotic and prosthetic (O&P) devices involved a manual plaster casting process that was slow, messy, and uncomfortable for the patient. Modern Computer-aided Design and Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) replaces plasterwork with a digital solution that is much faster, more accurate, more pleasant for patients, and safer for clinicians.
1. Scan your patient's shape
1. Scan your patient's shape

Non-contact 3D optical scanners capture your patient’s shape much faster and more accurately than plaster casts - without mess and discomfort.

2. Modify the form
2. Modify the form

Computer-based 3D design software tools let you quickly apply anatomical corrections to the scanned shape to create the desired form.

3. Fabricate the mold or 3D print
3. Fabricate the mold or 3D print

A high speed carver automatically machines an accurate, lightweight foam mold, or a 3D printer fabricates the device directly.

“It’s time for our industry to join the digital age. An architect could not compete today without using computer-aided design tools, and the same will soon be true for custom orthotic and prosthetic providers.” - - Nolan Hayday, Business Manager, Karl Hager Limb & Brace

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CAD/CAM solution for prosthetics and orthotics.

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"Vorum offers the most complete, reliable technology platform and they back it up with comprehensive training and the best support."
- Nolan Hayday, Karl Hager Limb and Brace