Wimba brings new solutions to the veterinary industry by providing a complete V-OP supply system.
We provide a variety of 4D printed orthopedic products for animals, called V-OP, using a new measurement technique and a specialized app. This allows us to address degenerative, post-accidental, or congenital abnormalities in a way that is tailored to the specific needs of the patient.
Our goal is to innovate the field of personalized orthopedic supplies. We are committed to developing and providing products that will permanently restore animal mobility, always with the animal's welfare in mind.
Introducing Wimba's inaugural medical and dynamic product - orthoses.
The device is designed to support, align, position, prevent or correct deformities, and also help weak muscles by enhancing their overall function.
- Part of fastening system 4d print axis
- Inserts distance pillows
- Part of fastening fastening straps
- Part of a Wimba Therapy system token
With WimbaORTHO your pet won’t feel discomfort anymore
- Provides physiological ranges of possible motion
- Provides motion protection within a controlled range of movement
- Provides functional stability to the injured limb segment
- Prevents or reduces injury severity
With personalized assistance, every dog can rely on custom-made therapy.
WimbaTOKEN is a unique solution that changes the functionality of the orthosis.
It is made up of small components that support various stages of the patient's therapy, allowing WimbaORTHO to provide multiple functionalities and a treatment plan tailored to the individual needs of the animal.
WimbaTOKEN enables the monitoring of the rehabilitation process by increasing resistance, which encourages the animal to work harder. This allows the dog to build its muscles more efficiently, which is essential for restoring full strength. Additionally, WimbaTOKEN provides the physiological range of motion for the dog's joints.
Made to meassure with
new scanning technology WimbaSCAN
The time needed to measure intake from over 1.5 h to 15 min
At Wimba, we aim to provide veterinarians and veterinary physiotherapists with accurate measurement tools to examine our pet patients.
To achieve this, we have developed technology that allows for easy measurement collection using only a smartphone in just a few minutes. Our WimbaSCAN technology marks a step towards replacing traditional analog measurement methods such as plaster bands and casts with digital technology.
We use Multi Jet Fusion printing and HP enterprise printers.
25% of the weight of the corresponding classic orthoses
Multi Jet Fusion printing technology and HP enterprise printers are crucial to the production of Wimba's products. In order for our prostheses to function perfectly and achieve the necessary lightness and durability, the production process must be extremely accurate. Therefore, materials such as TPU and PA11 have undergone thorough testing.
In favour of digitalisation
User friendly order path
We have designed the entire ordering process to be simple, versatile, and visually appealing, to ensure efficient delivery of our products. Our App consists of a control panel that allows you to order new orthopedic supplies in just three easy steps:
Choose your product
from the visual list
with the use of WimbaSCAN technology and your smartphone
Order the product for
Buckle up and wait for your tailored product to be printed and delivered to your doors
This is just the beginning.
What's next after Orthoses?
Wimba boots also help pets on hot days. The ground can often reach temperatures of up to 64 degrees. In winter, however, our furry friends need protection from salt on the roads and the formation of snow and ice between their paw pads.
Our boots' specialized casing protects wounds around the dog's feet from factors that could lead to infection. Additionally, the trekking shoes will protect the dog's pads during long walks from moisture, glass, and stones.
Wimba's fore-or-aft limb prosthesis can be an excellent solution for restoring mobility and improving the welfare and biomechanics of animals.
Advanced research conducted at universities and other scientific facilities have disproved the notion that "3-legged dogs do well." Four-legged animals fare better and experience fewer compensatory problems than pets with motion movement impairments.