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Medical 3D printing is now an indispensable part of medicine. Let's have a look at the most intressting applications of 3D printing in medicine and healthcare.
Sadly, many leg amputees do not have artificial limbs, but the situation is improving. Check out the most promising 3D printed prosthetic legs!
When Erica Charbonneau's friend's French Bulldog needed a wheelchair both for a cheap price and quickly, she rose to the occasion and developed a 3D printed design which she has now iterated so other dog owners can create their own. Her design is called FiGO.
3D printing has opened the way for advancements in many fields, including 3D printing prosthetic hands. Combining affordability with precise technology, these promising projects are working to make these prosthetic hands even more accessible to those who need them, changing hundreds if not thousands of lives.
Upper limb different people throughout the world are having their lives changed thanks to 3D printed arms. Makers and engineers are focusing their skills on creating awesome prostheses to help with everyday and extraordinary tasks. We delve into the 5 most promising projects from 2019.
Elementary school student Julian Caraballo wanted to play violin and become part of his school's band, and he didn't let a birth defect on his right hand stop him. Instead, three students from Drexel University helped him achieve his dream with a 3D printed prosthetic device.
Dieter Pfaff is a specialist among specialists. As an animal orthopedist he can help pets to lead a normal life again.
Glaze Prosthetics is turning heads with its stylish, customizable 3D printed arms.
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.
Researchers from the University of Manchester have developed an extremely affordable 3D printed robotic prosthetic hand. The assistive device enables groundbreaking functionality for amputees, and can be fully customized for the user via an Android app.
If you're interested in cosplay, this Sci-Fi inspired, "Elysium" themed 3D printed exoskeleton could be the perfect next build.
A Wyoming family's pet peacock lost its foot from frostbite, the owners went searching for help on Reddit. One random user decided to design and 3D print a prosthetic device for the majestic bird, giving it a better chance at leading a quality life.
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.
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 mortuary in Guangzhou, China is using 3D printing to rebuild the facial features of deceased accident victims before their families hold open casket funerals.
Stratasys is partnering with Dassault Systèmes to supply Unlimited Tomorrow with 3D printing and CAD software dedicated to producing affordable, patient-specific prosthetic devices.
Researchers at Georgia Tech use ultrasound to extend the technology behind prosthetic hands and deliver the results to an amputee musician.