IC-KP Copy Device
Made of steel and coated against corrosion.
Description of use:
- Lengthen the shaft individually so that the plaster does not overflow.
- Unscrew the test shaft from the foot (lateral and dorsal screw).
- The foot is replaced by the pyramid in the copy machine.
- Align the pyramid and screw everything.
- Define the height and determine the height with the block under the T-piece.
- Cast the shaft with plaster.
- After the plaster has hardened, loosen the lateral and dorsal screws.
- Push the T-piece up over the toothed segment and loosen the square bar at the front of the screw to remove the plaster with the shaft from the copying machine.
- Remove the shaft from the plaster individually.
- After the first casting of the shaft, clamp the plaster into the T-piece.
- Position the desired prosthesis parts relative to each other on the pyramid.
- Glue the 1st casting to the fitting parts and allow it to harden. (You can also foam here if desired).
- The statics have now been copied and the plaster removed as with the test shaft copy and can be prepared for the second casting.
- The copy machine is free again and can be used for the next copy.
- Copying static structure to test socket
- For adjusting shafts without a foot fitting
- Statics can be corrected again
- Pyramid can be moved forwards and backwards and laterally over a radius
- Shaft height through square bar in plaster
- This is adjustable using a gear on the rear bar
- Middle block to set height
The copy machine should be fixed on a plate.
- The construction and settings may only be carried out by an orthopedic technician, as they have the necessary specialist knowledge and can therefore produce an optimal prosthesis.
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- We would be happy to provide you with further information.
Telephone: +49 (0) 2552 99 48 08 2