Complete range for every requirement: Ottobock lamination resins
How do the various Ottobock resin systems differ and what are the best applications for each product?
Ottobock lamination resins were developed especially for the lamination technique and, in combination with our proven reinforcement materials, facilitate treatments of the highest quality in prosthetics and orthotics. Lamination resins feature high strength with low weight and dimensional stability with low wall thickness. Acrylic, epoxy and vinyl ester resins are particularly well suited for use in orthopaedic technology.
Our processing videos as well as the poster show you optimal application cases, the correct mixing ratio and the classification of Ottobock resin systems.
Unlike our other resins, the Orthocryl sealing resin is not suitable for laminating. The acrylic resin is only used for sealing and bonding. Combined with fillers, it can be used to produce fillers.
Orthocryl extra soft is a soft resin and is used for laminating very flexible components such as lashes in hip and knee disarticulations, shaft edges and flexible shaft areas.
The Orthocryl Laminating Resin 80:20 Speed is a laminating resin for the fabrication of small components in prosthetics and orthotics.
Our lamination resin for fabricating components with a low proportion of resin has a low viscosity. It is also known for its good penetration of the reinforcement.
Vinyl ester resins
The 616B60 resin film was developed especially to support the production of exceptionally highly stable and lightweight prostheses and orthoses using lamination technology.
Information on the areas of application and properties of lamination resins