Orthotics and Prosthetics

Plastics, transfer patterns, fabrication materials, and technical advice for O&P professionals


As a leader in orthotics and prosthetics, Curbell O&P has the plastic sheet materials you need to create the right solution for every patient. With clean materials that are easy to fabricate, you can craft affordable, comfortable, high quality products. Thermoplastic sheets are available from flexible to very stiff, in a wide variety of thicknesses, sizes, colors, and textures.

With Curbell Plastics You Can Expect:

  • Consistent quality materials
  • Cut-to-size material, packaged the way you want
  • Qualified, responsive staff for consult
  • Creative solutions to production challenges

Thermoplastic Sheets and Related Materials for Orthotic and Prosthetic Applications



Outstanding impact resistant low cost plastic, easy to machine, and thermoform.

two stacked sheets of EVA


Soft, flexible copolymer with low-temperature toughness, and stress-crack resistance.



Durable, versatile, low cost, abrasion and chemically resistant plastic material.

KYDEX® Thermoplastic sheets in various colors stacked and fanned out

KYDEX® Thermoplastic Sheet

High impact, thermoplastic sheet that is tough, durable, and easy to form.



Soft, flexible, lightweight plastic material that is easy to fabricate and form.



Transparent plastic sheet with good impact resistance and outstanding thermoforming characteristics.

one sheet of Procomp in grey

ProComp® Carbon Reinforced Composite

Reinforced high-pressure laminated prepreg composite available exclusively from Curbell Plastics



Soft, clear polymer is tough and durable with excellent thermoforming characteristics.



Fatigue resistant, flexible, opaque, lightweight, thermoplastic elastomer sheet.

two stacked sheets of white polypropylene


Low cost, chemical resistant plastic with excellent aesthetic qualities.

Plastic Applications for Orthotics and Prosthetics

  • AFOs, KAFOs
  • TLSOs (spinal jackets), LSOs
  • Cervical collars
  • Back braces & splints
  • Check sockets
  • Flexible inner liners
  • Definitive sockets

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Not sure which materials best fit your needs?

Our experienced sales and technical teams are available to assist you with material selection challenges.


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