- Custom made helmet
- “Lattice” protection structure
- One material : TPU
- 3D printed
- With movement and balance disorders, and high risk of falling
- Without automatic reflex to protect itself during a fall
- With epileptic seizures
- Automutulation (i.e. head pounding)
- After cranial surgery
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
People who risk damage to their head or face during an unexpected fall because of their health problems or physical disabilities are often advised to wear a custom-made helmet. Traditional production is very labour-intensive. Moreover, its use causes both the wearer and the technician a lot of headaches regarding maintenance. A protection helmet that is created via the OrthoSOLID® platform offers numerous solutions for the disadvantages that we notice with helmets produced using the standard method:
- Easy measurement via scanning: The head is scanned with a STRUCTURE scanner mounted on an iPad. Therefore, no more dirty plaster to apply, which is unpleasant conditions for the patient.
- Shape adjustments, specifically according the user’s requirements, are done by simple actions via the platform interface.
- Add specific parts: i.e. add a front bumper or ear protection with a simple click.
- Production in a MultiJet HP printer: Once all shapes and styles have been determined, the helmet is being ordered via 1 click. The OrthoSOLID® protection helmet is produced integrally in TPU plastic. The outer part forms the rigid protection, while the inner breathable part provides comfort. There are openings in the helmet shape, and the inside is a “lattice” structure having many hollow spaces. Thanks to the intelligent connections, provides the lattice a buffer for absorbing shocks in the event of a fall.
- Plenty advantages in terms of hygiene:
- Open structure: The user will perspire less intensively due to the open structure
- Consisting of only 1 material to easily clean the helmet with soap and water.
- Extensive range of design variations are giving the helmet a modern, sporty look. It will less likely receive a “disability” stigma.