In Ukraine the Victoria Hand Project employs 3D printing to make prosthetic care accessible to the underserved.
Could PLA be used for 3D printed prosthetics?
This week’s selection is the Hero Arm by Open Bionics.
A start-up company, Psyonic, recently released the Ability Hand, a 3D-printed limb with touch-sensing capabilities.
Dogs with special needs are incredibly adaptable, in spite of their limitations.
Charles R. Goulding and Arianna Coger examine the ways in which 3D printing for prosthetics may address the phenomenon of phantom limb pain.
We’ve all seen how prosthetics help folks with missing limbs, but we don’t always get to see them made by the same people who wear them.
DiveDesign and Bionic Pets utilize nTopology to design end-use 3D printed parts for applications that don’t require mass manufacturing and instead would benefit from smaller-scale productions.
Young entrepreneur Easton LaChappelle built his first robotic arm at the mere age of 14. Now, at the age of 24, he’s the CEO of Unlimited Tomorrow –a company looking to reimagine the prosthetics industry.
Healthcare 3D printing attempts to solve two problems that plague providing care: customization and cost.
Essentium’s latest partnership offers some interesting insight into how they develop vertical markets and increase their sales.
The 3D printed Youbionic Human Arm is available now as an affordable project integrating high-level robotics and broad capabilities.
3D printed prosthetic hands have come a long way.
Recreational cyclists joke of biking their legs off after a hard ride.
Every dog has his day.
Many people have heard the story of Mr. Stubbs, the tailless alligator that got a new tail (and a new lease on life) through the wonders of 3D printing.
It appears that NASA is testing some antibacterial 3D printing materials for potential space use.
We catch up with Pawsthetics for a look at 3D printing as it helps the animal population.
Four years ago, Federico Ciccarese founded Youbionic; we’ve caught up with him about the latest updates in their use of technology to augment human capabilities.
I caught up with W. Brent Wright of LifeNabled to learn more about one team’s mission to broaden access to prosthetics and orthotics via 3D printing.
We spoke at length with Stratasys’ Director of Marketing for Healthcare Solutions, Michael Gaisford.
We spoke at length with Stratasys’s Director of Marketing for Heathcare Solutions, Michael Gaisford.
Stratasys announced a new partnership to help develop a fantastic 3D printed prosthetic, and it’s quite different from other ventures.
I noticed what might become a very interesting project in the future: ThirdMesh.
This month’s community support selection is the Handsmith project by Lyman Connor.
Digital technology gives us more capabilities and even lets us have a lot of fun.
Something really exciting is happening right now in the 3D printing industry. It’s called the Within Reach Design Challenge (#WithinReach3DP Challenge on social media).
An Italian company is developing a highly capable 3D printing replacement prosthetic hand.