Allied OSI Labs iPad Scanner

Are you considering an upgrade from your traditional casting process?

With the Allied OSI Labs iPad Scanner, you can take advantage of 3D imaging and receive high-quality custom orthotics and AFOs.

The use of 3D digital files to take the place of your physical casting method is an important consideration. Therefore, we are here to answer any questions you may have about using digital scanning as a new option for your practice.

Additionally, we will work closely with you to help you achieve consistent results and increased efficiency. Our step-by-step user guide and training videos make it easy to learn and navigate.

3D scanning requires only 2 hardware components:

  1. An iPad
  2. Structure Sensor by Occipital

The Allied OSI Labs iPad Scanner software is a quick and easy download – which you can obtain as an app from your iPad’s app store.

If you’re ready to try the Allied OSI Labs iPad Scanner as an efficient way to cast your patients for custom orthotics and/or The Richie Brace®, there are three options to get you started:

  1. Use your own iPad and Structure Sensor 3D scanner components or purchase them separately. A free download of the Allied OSI Scanner app is available from the iPad’s App Store.  Just call us for the app download gift card number. There is no charge to you.
  2. Allied OSI Labs iPad Scanning System is available on loan if you average 20+ pairs of Plus Line orthotics or 3+ custom AFOs per month per office. If interested, contact us for a loan agreement to review.
  3. Allied OSI Labs iPad Scanning system is available for purchase. The cost is $1,250 and we will install the Structure Sensor, download the Allied OSI Labs app, and set it up for you. When you receive it, you are ready to scan. If interested, contact us for a detailed written quote for your review.

If you purchase the Allied OSI iPad, ask your tax preparer to review Section 179, http://section179.org. The Section 179 Deduction is available for most new capital equipment.

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