3D printing techniques has given a 6 year old boy from Mongolia a new nose. The young boy named Nerja was born without a nose, a rare condition that often prevents the child from breathing. …
The Open Hand Project on Indiegogo aims to produce a dexterous 3D printed prosthetic for less than $1000.
From hobbyist to humanitarian, Easton LaChappelle tells an inspiring story about his experiences with 3D printing and prosthetics.
Little Liam may have been the first to sport a Robohand, but he’s part of a growing club now.
Tumors can be quite disfiguring. For the first time, a man has had a functional replacement printed for a large portion of his face.
Bespoke Innovations founder Scott Summit talks about his own products but also gave some insights into what’s coming in the future of additive manufacturing.
3D printing, robotics, and prosthetics are all great technologies, so combining them all together only makes sense.
This 3D printed nose is light and all the information is digitally saved, so the recipient can have another printed any time without need of another fitting.
Some of the things that 3D printing technology can do in the medical world will blow your mind, and it could potentially save your life, too. Here are 10 innovations that are happening right now.
Bespoke Innovations produce what they call Bespoke Fairings™, which are specialized, custom-designed coverings that surround an existing prosthetic leg. Great TED video in story.