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Welcome to the Cad-Cam Orthotics website. Lasercam is a new and sophisticated technology that has been developed by Cad-Cam Orthotics to aid in the production of orthotics for a wide range of podiatrists. Since being established in 1997, we have manufactured over 130,000 pairs.
Cad-Cam Orthotics specialises in custom computerised EVA devices for the discerning podiatrist. The methods and technologies behind Lasercam have been specifically tailored to the industry, ensuring that you get a perfect fit every time.
The Lasercam process is unique - we use custom developed software that allows us to produce a 3D scan of your clients feet. This scan is then used as a reference point throughout the entire manufacturing process, to ensure that we're meeting your every need.
The end result is a unique orthotic for every client, specifically designed to meet their individual needs. For more information, please browse through our website or contact us for further information.
Based in South Australia, Cad-Cam Orthotics manufactures a wide range of sophisticated orthotics for podiatrists across the country, with an outlook for growth to become the market leader around the world.
The Lasercam Orthotics Creation Suite software allows podiatrists to specify a range of detailed orthotic parameters for their clients right on their own PC. The order is then electronically submitted to Cad-Cam Orthotics, where it undergoes careful analysis before the manufacturing process begins in our factory.
This system is incredibly accurate, resulting in a more comfortable and suitable orthotic for your client. The entire process is both intuitive and efficient, resulting in high quality orthotics with a fast turn around.
Cad-Cam Orthotics offers you the latest premium made, medically graded EVA devices available in a full laboratory service. We also support your patients needs by supplying you with a wide range of choice in the selection of top cover materials that are tested by our lab to help achieve what has come to be expected in all orthotic manufacturing.
If you wish to make use of this laboratory service you can use our Lasercam Orthotics Creation Suite software. This will allow you to package together 3D foot scan data and prepare a digital script. These are later sent digitally to Cad-Cam Orthotics for processing.
If you would prefer to do your own production you can use our software. This includes the PodView and FotoView products that give you the ability to align and adjust the foot scans for use in the Editor product. After reviewing the model adjustments, the machine files are produced ready for production in your own facility.
For the most recent versions of documentation, software manuals and training tutorials available, please visit the Lasercam Orthotics website.
Alternatively, you can also check out the Lasercam Support forum for further assistance on a range of topics in discussion.
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You will need two text files that are for the header and trailer of the milling machine that is being used. The header file will typically have the spindal speed and drill bit rotation specified. The trailer should specify where the drill bit will finish on job completion at a specific z-axis height, a spindle stop command etc.
Check out any G-Code reference on the web for further information on what options there are for the machine you intend to use.
Tip: Identify the text files with the machine name, that include the header and trailer labeling. For example: MillName_Header.txt, MillName_Trailer.txt.
It is important that the header file is read first (alphanumerically) when uploaded to the server.
After establishing the two text files, when ready click on 'Browse'. Using CTRL select and open the header and trailer files together. Next click 'Upload' to process and continue.
At this point, you can choose either to Continue or you can click 'Display G-Code' to preview the code for each file before proceeding. This will allow you to confirm that the header text file is shown before the trailer text file.
The next screen is where you input your desired dimensions for the type of tool path that you require. The path is the tool-center path, so no cutter-radius compensation is used. For every change that you make you will need to click 'Update'. When ready, click 'Generate Final'. This will finish with the final processing and allow you to download the machinable NC file.
Note: Some milling machines may differ in what file format they read, for example: .PRG. You may need to rename from .nc to .prg (and possibly shorten the filename) for the machine to detect and read the file correctly.
Be aware that file processing may become slow with very large block dimensions and a low value stepover.
Tip: Creating a Flycut toolpath does work with a negative block height value, and only a flat cut style set.
Disclaimer: We make no warranty in regards to the accuracy, safety, or correctness of the output G-Code. Use at your own risk.