Orthotics & Prosthetics design Software

Pi.Cas.So O&P design software is developed with the latest Windows technology, the Pictures Casting Software has a modular structure that allows it to be configured for individual use or in a network, with a database of patients, prescribers and technicians. Intuitive, it allows you to design shapes from others established in a library or to import shapes from stl, ort, obj files obtained with a 3D scanner.

The designed shape can be exported with a universal output to any milling machine, robot, or 3D printer for later reproduction..

Minimum computer requirements:

To optimize the use of the Pi.Cas.So. You need a computer with a Windows 10 or later system, at least 4GB of RAM, an Intel i3 processor and an Internet connection.

Recommended computing requirements: - 8Gb of RAM - Intel i5 processor - Dedicated graphics card - FullHD resolution (1920x1080)

With a modern and functional interface, it allows the orthopaedic professional to have, in the same software, the necessary tools for the design of shapes with vertical attack such as templates or plantar supports, cylindrical shapes such as corsets and prostheses, or shapes with several planes like the seats, or the KAFOs.

It's constant evolution, in continuous development, allows it to be used more and more for additive printing, incorporating specific tools and solutions for this CAM output.

The incorporation of files is free and universal, being compatible with extensions such as stl, obj, etc., and all the most used in the cad cam, making it software with free entry to practically all 3d scanners on the market.

Due to the accuracy of the software, we advise using professional scanners that digitize accurately.

With Pi.Cas.So. the technical orthopaedic professional can cover practically all their manufactured products, without the need to invest in other complementary software, at the same time that they can have a single database for all their patients.


One of these possibilities is the design of plantar supports that, from a 2D image or a 3D image, allows to make all kinds of modifications and scaling, being able to later send it for its manufacture in CNC Technology or additive printing.

The software, in its installation, presents a library with shapes that can be modified, scaled and adapted, being

able to be an initial last for any type of rectification. Also, the user can digitize their lasts and create their own library, with their own shapes.

The different views of the software allow being able to work with precision both in total heights and in more concrete and defined heights (such as arches, vaults, etc.)

Rotate, lengthen, zoom in on a specific area, smooth, mirror, balance, etc. they are operations that can be carried out easily, obtaining precise results in reasonable times.

X-rays, photos of the patient, etc. can be incorporated, which serve as additional information, in addition to your own measurements.

All jobs can always be carried out from a library installed in the software, modifying its measurements, lengths and perimeters; or from digitized forms directly to the patient. Both ways of working are valid, as long as the measurements are carried out correctly and with 3d scanners and precise tools.

Finally, at the end of the work, we will always have a history of everything we have done, which will allow us to analyze the results in the future, check their traceability and share the work done with other professionals.

Its database allows us to have all the work carried out for each patient, with absolute traceability of all the processes and with the history of all the tools used.

The design of the trunk, in general, is where CAD in technical orthopaedics has been most developed, it has been possible to replace the cast with the same work technique. In addition, with CAD technology, rectifications can be made that before with the traditional system were practically impossible and, most importantly, they can be edited and modified as many times as necessary.

Rotate, lengthen, zoom in on a specific area, smooth, mirror, balance, etc. they are operations that can be carried out easily, obtaining precise results in reasonable times.

X-rays, photos of the patient, etc. can be incorporated, which serve as additional information, in addition to your own measurements.

All jobs can always be carried out from a library installed in the software, modifying its measurements, lengths and perimeters; or from digitized forms directly to the patient. Both ways of working are valid, as long as the measurements are carried out correctly and with 3d scanners and precise tools.

Finally, at the end of the work, we will always have a history of everything we have done, which will allow us to analyze the results in the future, check their traceability and share the work done with other professionals.

Manufacturing in different planes in CAD is usually the most complex and difficult technique in technical orthopaedics, for which very complex and expensive industrial software has to be used. Pi.Cas.So. is the only one on the market that allows rectifications in cylindrical shapes (trunk), in a single plane (templates), and with two planes (seats) with the same application.

AK and BK prostheses have circular shapes, and therefore, are complex like corsets when it comes to both CAD and CAM execution. AK amputations are usually designed from library shapes because they are complex to digitize and rectification is easy as long as we start from a precise fit model and correct measurements. Not so, in BK amputations, these must be performed from scanned forms.

As in corsets, templates, seats, etc., the tools that we can use are the same and allow us to make rectifications in the shape quickly and accurately. Unlike traditional systems, we will always work with volumes, and we will have a complete view of the digitized form, as well as its longitudinal and cross-sections.