Thanks for the feedback

New Design: Coyote Design has received valuable feedback from our customers and we’ve modified our CD103AR anchor. We’ve returned to the double o-ring for better seating and sealing on our Easy-Off and Air-locks.

Scuba Diving with the Air-Lock

Amputee does over 300 saltwater dives with the Air-Lock. Find our how it holds up in diverse conditions.

We like to hear how our donations

have made a difference.

I’m following up quite late with this thank you note. Attached to this message are some photos from our visit to the Brother Tarcissius Prosthetic and Orthotic Training Center (BTPOTC) in Ghana. They have a 3 year P&O program. We were there for two weeks to assist with the third years final exams. During the 2 weeks the students evaluated and casted someone in need of a KAFO or a transfemoral prosthesis, and then fabricated and fit the device. Below are photos of the 1st and 2nd years in class saying thank you for the plaster spreaders and thumb drives (they really appreciated the thumb drives!). We gave these items to the third years as well; you can see one of the third year students modifying his cast in preparation for test fitting. The 4 hole connectors were incredibly useful. You can see them preparing to do a one step lamination with the 4 hole connector positioned at the distal end of the cast in the photo of the guy holding the PVA bag. The last photo you can see the pyramid at the end of the laminated socket. Finally, we gave the plaster mixing bowls to the instructors.

 

Thank you again for donating these useful and generous gifts to share with the program in Ghana. We really appreciated being able to bring these tools to them.

 

Sincerely,

Sue Spaulding, CPO

NEW Air-Lock Lamination

Instruction Video

Very thorough instructions of entire prosthetic fabrication process using Coyote Designs CD103 Air-Lock.  Video depicts layup, lamination and finishing of prosthetic.  The layup uses Coyote Composite and Coyote Design's CD103AF Alignable Connector. The lamination uses modified acrylic resin (Nano Resin). The cast is modified with the StabileFlex Transtibial Socket Design.

Orthotics and Prosthetics Activities Foundation(OPAF) put together a really nice video.

 

If you are not familiar with OPAF they put on a series of First Clinics for amputees.

 

Check if they have a clinic in your area. They do a really nice job.

 

Get 2.5 continuing education credits right now at NO CHARGE.

We are getting great feedback!

Brian M., CTP, CPA - "Excellent information in an easy to understand manner."

Hailey B., CPO - "I have already begun discussions with our Tech to start incorporating some of  these products/principles."

Nicholas C., CPO - "Although the topic of material science can be tough to understand, everything was presented in a very clear and easy to understand way.  Thank You!"

Lisa S., CFom - "easy to follow, very informative, history to visuals excellent"

Robert P., CPO - "This is one of the more informative online presentations that I have taken. Because of the way the content is presented I have encouraged the resident to take it so he will understand laminations better."

 

New StabileFlex Transtibial Socket Design Q School course is now available.

 

 

COYOTE COMPOSITE IS TOUGH ENOUGH

 

Watch this video of Nick Edinger "World's Strongest Adaptive Athlete 2016" and see how tough Coyote Composite is and what other properties this power lifter found useful about Coyote Composite and Coyote Designs StabileFlex Socket Design.

COYOTE COMPOSITE SALE

A few years ago we made the switch to using basalt braid

(Coyote Composite) rather than carbon fiber for our laminations.

 

We did this for a more flexible tougher lamination, but ended up with other benefits as well. Mainly a safer material that doesn’t itch the way carbon does, and it costs less.

 

It does laminate almost exactly the same, but there are some subtle differences in saturation. We have a lot of tips and tricks to help ensure you can laminate easily and effectively with Coyote Composite, and we can save you money.

 

We are offering a 15% discount on our Coyote Composite, and have also passed discounts to our distributors so you should be able to order at a discount from them  as well.

 

Now Is the time to provide a safer work environment and save money.

 

 

 

Coyote Design has new hours of operation

 

Monday - Thursday 8 AM - 12 PM / 1 PM - 4 PM

Friday - Closed

 

Click here to read press release in Coyote blog.

Real world solutions for amputees,

created by amputees.

We are innovators and creators of orthotic and prosthetic devices that are used by O&P practitioners all over the world.

 

Whether you need prosthetic locking devices or prosthetic and orthotic parts your support team at Coyote Design can help find the solution you’re looking for. We design and build adult and pediatric prosthetic components for above and below knee amputees. We also design and build components with upper extremity and orthotic patients in mind. Ask us how our parts, materials or fabrication can help your practitioners, technicians and amputees.

 

Contact Coyote Design today and let’s get started. Click on the contact us tab and fill out the form to send a message to representatives from Coyote Design or call today at 208-429-0026.

Watch our new TechTips this one  is about finishing the edge when using Coyote Composite.

 

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