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Orthotics 3D Printing CAD Online Tutorial

Korthotics Pty Ltd - Thursday, July 02, 2020

A free virtual seminar on 3D printing software - MediACE3D, delivered by Korthotics.

Join us for the online tutorials across 2 sessions, designed to show how to use the MediACE3D program to create orthotics. It shows how you can implement these within your business.


Additive Manufacturing for Orthotics Workshop

Korthotics Pty Ltd - Thursday, November 14, 2019
Additive Manufacturing for Orthotics Workshop

3D Printer has arrived

Korthotics Pty Ltd - Tuesday, May 28, 2019
3D Printer has arrived

This week we finally were able to start some printing with our new 3D Printer - Pro SLS 6100.

We're excited to start some testing and ready to provide some 3D printed orthotics to our patients here at Korthotics.

If you're interested in getting some 3D printed orthotics, speak to one of our orthotists today!

E-mag Carbon Fibre KAFO

Korthotics Pty Ltd - Wednesday, January 16, 2019

This is Somkhit's story:

Somkhit contracted poliomyelitis at an early age. He has extensive muscle loss and weakness in his lower limb. Since the age of 5, he had multiple cuff top KAFOs.

Somkhit was fitted with metal KAFO in 2012.

In December 2018, Somkhit was fitted with an e-mag carbon fibre KAFO (Knee Ankle Foot Orthoses). In conjunction with extensive physiotherapy and an interim trial. Somkhit was able to achieve his goals without the use of gait aids.


Designed & Modelled by: Korthotics

Parts: Emag Active by Ottobock

Video created by: Victor Phan


Posterior Opening 3D Printed AFO

Korthotics Pty Ltd - Thursday, December 20, 2018

We've very excited to be able to present to you opening of the box for the posterior opening 3D printed Ankle Foot Orthoses (AFO). See the video below of the excellent finish for the 3D printed AFO.


Special acknowledgement to Peter Clapman the creator of the Posterior Opening AFO

Modelled & manufactured by Abiltymade

Video created by Victor Phan


3D Printed AFO with Hydrographics

Korthotics Pty Ltd - Monday, December 17, 2018


This is the first 3D printed dorsi flex assist joints for an adult patient with Picasso hydrographics in Australia. Our client was simply overjoyed with the end result and commented on how much lighter it feels. It was the first time being offered with graphics like this.

Materials used: nylon 11 & tamarack joints

Clinically Assessed & Designed by: Korthotics

Modelled & Manufactured by: Ability Made (

Graphics by: Raptor Hydrographics (Michael Pinner -