The dose tolerances of normal tissues continue to be the main barrier in radiation therapy. To lower it, a novel concept based on a combination of proton therapy and the use of arrays of parallel and thin beams has been recently proposed: proton minibeam radiation therapy (pMBRT). It allies the inherent advantages of protons with the remarkable normal tissue preservation observed when irradiated with submillimetric spatially fractionated beams. Due to multiple Coulomb scattering, the tumor receives a homogeneous dose distribution, while normal tissues in the beam path benefit from the spatial fractionation of the dose. This promising technique has already been implemented at a clinical center (Proton therapy Center of Orsay) by means of a first prototype of a multislit collimator. The main goal of this work was to optimize the minibeam generation by means of a mechanical collimation.