Single axis concept for articular stability with flexion and improving range of motion.
Anterior flange shape and dimension for the optimal patella tracking.
Intercondylar cam design of PS type for reducing the risk of dislocation in deep flexion.
Sphere-shaped articular surface for reducing contact stress and improving stability.
High conformity at the frontal plane to improve contact area.
Double radius at the sagittal plane for improved anterior stability and deep flexion.
Rotated articular surface considering axial rotation fo the femoral component.
Rounded tibial post to reduce edge loading in the PS type (in the case of PS type)
Improved anterior relief for deep flexion.
Stem with keel for improving initial implant stability. Stem with posterior slope aiding in reducing the anterior cortex impingement.
Commonality of tibial baseplate: CR/PS in fixed type
Cement pockets - provide optimal condition for cemented fixation. There is cement pocket which has 1.0mm depth, but which is not deep enough to compromise the strength of the component. There is reinforcement in the center of these pocket and the peripheral rim is maintained with 1.5mm thickness.