Sadly, many leg amputees do not have artificial limbs, but the situation is improving. Check out the most promising 3D printed prosthetic legs!
Italian startup Youbionic has developed a new 3D printed bionic hand which they claim can perform all movements that a biological hand can. However, it costs €1,499 to buy.
If you're interested in cosplay, this Sci-Fi inspired, "Elysium" themed 3D printed exoskeleton could be the perfect next build.
3D printed prosthetics don't just help out humans. Here is a list of animals who have been aided by 3d printed prostheses, too!
A redditor takes 3D printed prosthetics one step further by modeling and creating a new foot for his father's beloved G.I. Joe action figure.
Hornbill, Karl, received a 3D printed prosthetic beak after staff at Smithsonian's National Zoo noticed he was struggling to eat.
Dieter Pfaff is a specialist among specialists. As an animal orthopedist he can help pets to lead a normal life again.
Tucker, a five-year-old Australian sheep dog, can run on four feet again thanks to a 3D printed prosthetic paw. The hope is that the paw prosthetic will improve Tucker's mobility and his quality of life.
From the Screen to the street...well, to the cosplay hall. This 3D printed Mad Max prosthetic arm is a work of art, inspiration and awesome.
Venus de Milo and other statues in Paris, France received 3D printed prosthetic arms as part of Handicap International's #BodyCantWait campaign.
Researchers at Georgia Tech use ultrasound to extend the technology behind prosthetic hands and deliver the results to an amputee musician.
Birch Aquarium fits their loggerhead sea turtle with a 3D printed brace, filling the gap that's been in her shell since 2014.
Surgery on a newborn child, unable to breathe, was made possible thanks to a 3D printed skull created by a team at Royal Perth Hospital.
Disaster Hack is a non-profit startup which is 3D printing and delivering prosthetics to people who need them in Kathmandu, Nepal.
For Stacker Day in Argentina, Burger King partners with Atomic Labs to 3D print prosthetic hands; all the better to eat Whoppers with.
A duo of British men calling themselves Team Unlimbited are helping change the lives of children all around the world - with some help from a 3D printer.
Low-cost 3D printed hands for amputees across the world gets an aesthetic upgrade as The Victoria Hand Project details its newest development.