Category Archives: Socket Design

Brent Wright LifEnabled

Autodesk article Brent Wright Fantastic to see a great thoughtful article on what Brent is doing.  3ders DigiScan And another with DigiScan highlighted. Advertisements

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DigiScan

I believe we are just about on the anniversary of the introduction of DigiScan from Lifenabled. I want to celebrate. Not only is a serious scanner in every team members hands, but having this easy inexpensive tool for our trade … Continue reading

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Socket Design Brainstorming

Update 2016 Osseointegration has arrived and it is fantastic.  I will provide a post soon but wanted to make sure anyone reading here got the current message. http://www.osseointegrationaustralia.com.au  Osseointegration I find boring. Is no socket the best socket?  I went … Continue reading

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Polishing aluminum on the prosthetic stomper

4 min video directions I finally got around to polishing the prosthetic stomper and posting the video.

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Trinity Casting Jig

Shaping a Trinity casting jig

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Recommendation: Visible Body Human Anatomy Atlas

Quick Video Using Visible Body iPad As I am using this program for another purpose. I realized just how essential I believe it to be. Went through all the anatomy programs back iPad 1 and 2 days. Even this program … Continue reading

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Two things from today

“We first make our habits, and then our habits make us.”  â€”John Dryden: English poet, literary critic, translator, and playwright  Love the pottery story. True of prosthetics. True for life.    

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