IC-KP copy device

Technical detail:

Made of steel and coated against corrosion

Description of use:

  1. Lengthen the shaft individually (so that the cast does not overflow)
  2. Unscrew the test socket from the foot (lateral and dorsal screw)
  3. The foot is replaced by the pyramid in the copier
  4. Clamp a suitable square bar in the front of the T-piece
  5. Align the pyramid and screw everything
  6. Define the height and determine the height with the block under the T-piece.
  7. Cast the shaft with plaster
  8. After the plaster has hardened, loosen the lateral and dorsal screws
  9. Push the T-piece up over the toothed segment and loosen the 4-sided rod at the front of the screw to remove the plaster with the shaft from the copier.
  10. Individually remove the socket from the cast.
  11. After the first casting of the shaft, clamp the plaster in the T-pieces
  12. Position the desired prosthesis components together on the pyramid.
  13. Glue the 1st cast to the fitting parts and allow to harden. (If desired, foaming can also be done here)
  14. The statics have now been copied and plaster can be removed as with the copy of the test socket and can be prepared for the 2nd cast.
  15. The copier is free again and can be used for the next copy.


  • Copying of static structure to test socket
  • For adjusting sockets without a foot component
  • Static can be corrected again


  • Pyramid can be moved forwards and backwards as well as sideways over a radius
  • Shaft height due to 4-sided rod in plaster
  • This is adjustable on a gear wheel on the rear bar
  • Middle block to set the height


The copier should be fixed to a plate.


The construction and the adjustments may only be made by an orthopedic technician, as he has the necessary specialist knowledge and can therefore produce an optimal prosthesis.

For further information please contact us.

Phone: (02552) 99 48 082

Email: j.kosow@kosow-prothetik.de

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