Orthotech 3D IPAD


Setting up

1. Both iPad and the Structure Scanner require separate charging. 2. Ensure the Structure Scanner is connected to the iPad via the charging socket and the Structure Scanner case is connected to the iPad. 3. Log into iPad and Select the Structure Scanner (3DsizeME) app placed in the menu bar. 4. Select the main menu bar in the top right corner to reveal more options. 5. Select ‘Settings’ and place in the ‘Bundle ID’ area Orthotech. 6. The app will reset and our Skin will appear.


What is a 3DsizeME? 3DsizeME is an iPad & iPhone app designed by TechMed 3D that controls and optimizes 3D scanning with the Structure Sensor™. 3DSizeME allows all the industry, big or small, to access a proven, precise and trouble free 3D scanning solution for the human body. Why 3DsizeME? TechMed 3D expertise inside
• Design and functions driven by 8 years of TechMed 3D’s total commitment and leadership in 3D scanning for the human body; • Scanner carefully selected and tested by TechMed 3D to reach the perfect balance between expected accuracy and precision versus the cost of purchase and ownership; • Preconfigured scanning parameters depending on the body part; • Smooth and pleasant scanning experience for the clinic specialist and the patient; • Access to multiple automatic measurements and infinite custom measurements possibilities with MSoft; Ready for O&P
• User friendly for busy clinic specialists;
• Free download for clinics; • Flexible licence plans for C-Fab partners; • Various levels of customization available; • For foot, plantar, AFO, knee, torso and head; • Able to scan the body part directly or scan a foam impression or a cast; • Available in multiple languages

Setting Up Email System

1. Select the main menu bar in the top right corner to reveal more options. 2. Select ‘Settings’ and place in the ‘Bundle ID’ area Orthotech. 3. Scroll down to the 'IMED' section. 4. Change 'Upload target' to Email 5. Change 'Default email recipients' to prescriptions@orthotech.com.au

Filling in New Paitent Details

Saving and Sending Scans To The Lab

This will automatically save the scans for you, to send please open the scan and press send, this will email the scans to us. To send the script you can either fill the script out via our software or our online forms. Please use the same full name that you named the scans on the script so we can easily match them up in production.

Adding New Practitioner


Structure Sensor

What is a Structure Sensor? Structure Sensor adds precise 3D vision to your mobile device, giving it another method for understanding it's general surroundings. This empowers a developing arrangement of cutting edge abilities like 3D scanning, indoor mapping and blended reality experience. What would you able to do with Structure Sensor? The use of the Structure Sensor is reinventing patient care across the fields of orthotics and prosthetics. Applications using Structure Sensor can capture 3D models of any body part for custom-fit prosthetics, orthotics, braces, custom insoles, and much more — all on an iPad
What's in the box? Structure Sensor
- will already assembled, in a new "bento box" style.
- Structure Sensor should arrive with the following:
One Structure Sensor
One Lightning cable
One Power Adapter
One magnetic screwdriver
Eight (8) M1.6 screws
One user manual
Precision Bracket with Aluminum Latch
- will arrive in a separate box for iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 4.
Structure Sensor Bracket For iPad Pro
-arrive with the following:
One Bracket Alignment Tool
One Structure Sensor Base Plate
One Bracket


1. To identify what iPad you have, take a look at the model number on the back cover: 2. Alternatively, you can go to "Settings -> General -> About -> Model". Tap "Model" once to reveal. 3. Most Powerful iPad Model (A12X processor) 12.9-inch iPad Pro (3rd gen) - 2018 - Model: A1876, A2014, A1895, A1983 11-inch iPad Pro - 2018 - Models: A1980, A1934, A2013, A1979 iPad Air (3rd Generation) 10.5-inch - 2019 - Models: A2152, A2123, A2153, A2154 iPad Mini 5 - 2019 - Models: A2133, A2124, A2126, A2125 iPad Models (A10X processor): iPad (6th generation) - 2018 - Models: A1893, A1954 10.5-inch iPad Pro - 2017 - Models: A1701, A1709 12.9-inch iPad Pro (2nd gen) - 2017 - Models: A1670, A1671 iPad Models (A9X processor): iPad (5th generation) - 2017 - Model: A1822, A1823 12.9-inch iPad Pro (1st gen) - 2015 - Models: A1584, A1652 iPad Models (A7/A8 processor): 9.7-inch iPad Pro - 2016 - Models: A1673, A1674, A1675 iPad Air 2 - Late 2014 - Models: A1566, A1567 iPad mini 4 - Late 2015 - Models: A1538, A1550 Deprecated iPad Models (limited functionality): iPad Air (1) - Late 2013 and early 2014 - Models: A1474, A1475, A1476 ( Note: We no longer manufacture brackets for the following iPads.) iPad mini 3 - Late 2014 - ( Note: We no longer manufacture brackets for this iPad.) Models: A1599, A1600 iPad mini 2 - Late 2013 and early 2014 - ( Note: We no longer manufacture brackets for this iPad.) Models: A1489, A1490, A1491 iPad (4th Generation) - ( Note: We no longer manufacture brackets for this iPad.) - Models: A1458, A1459, A1460 Please note that all of the above include the Lightning connector and the A6X or better processor. The following iPads are not compatible with Structure Sensor: iPad Mini - Models: A1432, A1454, A1455 iPad (3rd Generation) - Models: A1416, A1430, A1403 iPad 2 - Models: A1395, A1396, A1397 4. What about the recently released (newest) iPad models? We do work hard to support new iPads as quickly as possible, and we've supported every new release within a few months since the iPad 4th Generation (several years ago). We do work swiftly, but if you would like to be notified when one of the newest models is supported then you can quickly add your name to the list below (we will not use your email for anything other than notifying you when the iPad mentioned becomes a supported model).


Step by step

1. Log into iPad and Select the Structure Scanner (3DsizeME) app placed in the menu bar.

2. Click on ‘New Patient’ or select an existing Patient.

3. Fill out the required information about the patient (Name, age, sex etc.)

4. Select which style of scan you would like to preform, foam box or AFO

5. Hold the scanner away from the foot until you see a box appear, centre the foot in the 6. box. Scan one foot at a time, start with the left foot.

6. Put your patient in prone or supine with their feet off the edge.

7. Tap Start Scan.

8. Slowly and steadily move the scanner around the subject while viewing the image on the screen. Remember to keep the image centred on the screen. If there are gaps in the scanned data after a single pass, continue scanning to try to fill the gaps. Holding the scanner still over a portion of the object can also fill data gaps.

When you are satisfied with the scan, tap done or the arrow to redo the scan if you feel you didn’t get enough data or the patient moved during the scan. This may take some time to create the model so please be patient.

Difference In Scans | All Scanners

Drawing on Photos and Viewing Scans