Galileo is the answer to O&P fabrication needs, combining the best tech and support into the perfect in-clinic 3D printing package.
We crafted every aspect of the Galileo with one thing in mind - to bring the best customer experience possible to your clinic. That's why at every turn, we strive to make the integration, use, and productivity of your 3D printing program as simple and streamlined as possible.
As a Galileo customer, you have a dedicated team of digital technicians led by your Digital Lead, who work hand in hand with your clinicians to ensure the design process meets your clinical requirements.
Our team has 7+ years of experience in digital design for O&P, so we're battle tested in getting designs the way clinicians want them.
In an area where technology is constantly improving, clinics don't want to invest in 3D printers that can become obsolete. With the Galileo program, as long as you remain a subscriber, we'll upgrade your hardware free of charge as new versions become available, ensuring you have the best equipment available to power your business.
As a central fabricator built on 3D printing, our team of biomedical, mechanical and industrial engineers are constantly researching new materials and ways to print products for O&P. As we find these new solutions, we make them available to Galileo clinics, expanding the value you can get from in-house 3D printing.
Our web and tablet accessible learning portal is built and updated for both clinicians and technicians to guide your team every step of the way. It has both written and video guides on all the key steps and troubleshooting areas that clinicians or technicians may need over the course of the program. Of course, our customer success team is always there when you need help beyond the portal.
To ensure you get the most out of your 3D printing program, you have to have enough of the right materials on hand. Using our app, track your filament usage and ensure you're constantly stocked with the consumables you need.
When we launch Galileo, our dedicated customer success team trains both your clinical and fabrication team on everything needed to get the most out of Galileo.
Whether your team loves technology or has never used a scanner before, we'll get you where you need to be to get the most out of your 3D printing program.
When you sign up for Galileo, your Galileo kiosk is delivered free of charge. We also offer White Glove delivery add-on for those who need an extra hand.
We have included customer support to remotely troubleshoot any hardware or software problems your team runs into. If there's ever a need to replace components or the printer due to printer failures, we take care of that free of charge, and fill production from our CFAB until you're up and running.
Rest easy knowing you're getting full support for your 3D printing program with Galileo.
Protosthetics and Shabri have announced a partnership to collaborate on the advancement of the application of digital design and additive manufacturing to the Orthotics and Prosthetics industry
The result was the Galileo program, an end-to-end offering that places 3D printers in clinics while Protosthetics does all the digital design work as requested by clinicians.
3D printed prosthetic manufacturer Protosthetics has launched what it claims is the field’s first full-service, in-house 3D printing program for use in orthotics and prosthetics (O&P) practices.