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3D foot scanning and milling station

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by renerene, Jan 26, 2011.

  1. renerene

    renerene Welcome New Poster


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    Dear all,
    I'd like to offer my help to people who are interested in making the change to 3D foot scanning, the adjustment possibilities on the orthotics and the milling / cutting of the orthotics.
    I've been working as a podiatrist with several systems since 1999. I believe I was in a group of 5 doctors and podiatrists that were one of the first in Europe that made the change from making orthotics from plaster casts and or ink prints to the '3D foot scanning world'.
    It's has been a revolution in the orthotic world in Europe. Since I moved to the US two and a half years ago, I can see this change also happening here. We are on the brink of this revolution.

    If you familiarize yourself with the possibilities of what's possible and the improved in results and work flow in your practice, you will probably come to the conclusion that it might be something to consider yourself. It's inevitable, in my humble opinion, that within 5-10 years almost every serious orthotic provider will work with such a system.

    I also have an entire system for sale that is equipped with the latest technology.
    I'll sell it for a fraction of the price what it is worth.

    If you like more information about this, or any other questions I offer you my help.
    You can also send an email to info@perfectfitorthotics.com.
    Kind regards,
    Rene
     
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