Lab Fabrication Methods:

Redimold Positive Model Vacuum Formed

Predesigned models vacuum formed

Vacuum forming frames over Redimold Positive Models

FOOT IMPRESSION METHOD ACCEPTED
Redimold, Pedobarography

FRAME MATERIAL OPTIONS
Polypropylene, Subortholene, Carbon,
TPE, EVA

ADVANTAGES
• Consistent
• Quick process
• Positive Model Vacuum-formed

DISADVANTAGES
• No custom contours

ABOUT
If the Redimold fabrication method is preferred, KevinRoot Medical offers a Redimold system consisting of 33 different positive models that can be vacuum formed with nearly any orthotic frame material. The benefits of using this system include less clinical skill needed for casting, produces consistent orthotic frames, and ease of ordering and reordering, as the lab stores the patient’s order specifications indefinitely and no patient impression needing to be submitted. Many modifications can be added to the orthotic such as rearfoot posts, flanges, padding and accommodation modifications etc. The drawback of this fabrication method is the lack of customized frame contours due to a prefabricated mold being used to vacuum form the frame instead of a patient’s impression.


Lab Fabrication Methods:

Redimold Positive Model Vacuum Formed

Predesigned models vacuum formed

Orthoses Materials

Anti-pronation

Anti-supination

Forefoot Extensions

Offloading Pads & Cushions

Frame Modifications

Foot Impression Methods


Vacuum forming frames over Redimold Positive Models

FOOT IMPRESSION METHOD ACCEPTED
Redimold, Pedobarography

FRAME MATERIAL OPTIONS
Polypropylene, Subortholene, Carbon,
TPE, EVA

ADVANTAGES
• Consistent
• Quick process
• Positive Model Vacuum-formed

DISADVANTAGES
• No custom contours

ABOUT
If the Redimold fabrication method is preferred, KevinRoot Medical offers a Redimold system consisting of 33 different positive models that can be vacuum formed with nearly any orthotic frame material. The benefits of using this system include less clinical skill needed for casting, produces consistent orthotic frames, and ease of ordering and reordering, as the lab stores the patient’s order specifications indefinitely and no patient impression needing to be submitted. Many modifications can be added to the orthotic such as rearfoot posts, flanges, padding and accommodation modifications etc. The drawback of this fabrication method is the lack of customized frame contours due to a prefabricated mold being used to vacuum form the frame instead of a patient’s impression.