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Joining to get opinions on 3D scanning tech.

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Alex (CSL), Oct 25, 2018.

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Do you use handheld 3D scanning in your clinical decisions and design of Orthoses ?

  1. Yes

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  2. No (I love plaster and foam boxes)

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  3. No, but I am looking into it..

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  1. Alex (CSL)

    Alex (CSL) Welcome New Poster


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    Hi All,
    My name is Alex and I have previously been involved in Delcam/Autodesk's Footwear and Orthotics solutions. Since then I have been involved with 3D scanning solutions for a much wider range of industries for Carl ZEISS and Artec3D with Central Scanning in the Midlands. Nice to make your (re)-acquaintance and look forward to hearing your views on handheld 3D scanner's place in the podiatry clinic and whether full weight bearing will make these solutions a 'no-go' !
     
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