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06/22/2011 - First Pegasus prototype completed
Pegasus RadScan The first working prototype of the Pegasus RadScan has been completed.
05/08/2011 Automatic Engraving design codes added.
It is now possible to engrave order information into a device, as well as account for various designs that would interfere with default placements. For example, if the order has a first ray cutout, it might be more practical to place the patient information more towards the middle, and design codes can be added to account for this automatically. For any order, information can be engraved onto the top or bottom surface.
03/21/2011 OreTek networking now Plug and Play
Previously, installations of OreTek required IT professionals to setup. Now, you simply plug an OreTek computer into an existing network, and it's online for both incoming technical support and outgoing scanned orders. Also, and for added security, The oretek network interface is not visible to non-OreTek systems.
08/29/2010 Full length soft accomodative devices now available.
With all new systems, the list of device types has increased to include full length devices.
7/12/2010 New Client Server installations in Oklahoma and Australia, others planned.
In addition to the above, one installation is about to begin for Jackrabbit Shoes, a San Francisco based company, and dia-foot, a florida based company, and a few others are pending licence agreement signings. The staging areas for MicroMill routers has been increased from 2 units to 4, and work is in progress to make the necessary components for 3 machines.
11/19-21/2009 OreTek RadScan is featured by Pegasus Orthoses at booth 97 at the Harrogate Conference along with the new chassis they're going to be using for their version of RadScan.
11/14/2009 Sole Brother's in Australia to go online in Mid-December.

9/16/09 OreTek RadScan was mentioned in the September 2009 issue of Lower Extremity Review, Page 55

9/9/9 OreTek is now a turnkey system, meaning that the customer visits OsiruSoft for training, and a fully functional package is shipped to the customer for installation. After minor setup of networking, OreTek Client and Client/Server is ready to run and produce orthotics. For just under $17K, a customer can run self-sufficently to produce orthotics using the Oretek Client/Server and MicroMill router , or alternatively, an OreTek client can be up for a cost of $1200.00 to $1750, depending on options selected.
Additionally, it now takes 2.9 hours per unit to manufacture RadScan, and under a month to setup a router.

1/19/2009 Biofoam support added, and a second machine has been purchased to produce scanners. This newer machine will be capable of producing all necessary parts for a scanner in under 3 hours, as compared to 11.3 hours per unit previously. It is expected to be put into operation no later than 2/1/09

1/1/2009 RadScan 1B deliveries report success for casts and feet. After batch 3, RadScan 1C is scheduled to go into production, reducing overall height by 3". Retail OEM costs are expected to stay at $800.00 Ea plus the cost of the desktop or laptop computer through the first half of 2009. See the RadScan page for details.

12/8/2004 The prototype Cast/Foot scanner, RadScan was successfully calibrated and produced valid data. This scanner will be in test and is expected to be sold to end users for $1000.00. by the first quarter of 2005. Using a revolutionary concept, RadScan provides planter surface scans to OreTek Client, and OreTek Client/Server sites.

12/3/2004 Patent approved by the USPTO. OreTek's milling operations have been accepted by the US Patent and Trademark office after more than 4 years of waiting for approval.