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Alignment jig

The vertical alignment and duplicating jig is used to hold a prosthetic socket in a pre-determined alignment position during fabrication.
  • Suitable for the fabrication of lower limb prostheses
  • Alternative horizontal bars are available.
The jig has a length of 2m and is and made of chrome plated square tube, giving alignment stability. The pedestal is made of coloured 700 mm high x 100 mm square steel tube.

he overall working height of the jig is adjustable when used with the matching pedestal.

The foot plate has lateral side shift of up to 100 mm and an optional swivelling top mandrel holder can be supplied.

Duplicating jig

Price & availability on application

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260-294 Kooyong Rd.,
Caulfield, Vic. AUSTRALIA.3162
Tel. (IDD +61 3) 9528 1960
Fax. (IDD +61 3) 9528 1077 
REHABTech: A part of the Centre For Biomedical Engineering,
Department of Electrical And Computer Systems Engineering, Monash University , Australia.
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Last updated: May 26, 2000