Tagged with " 3D gedruckte Prothesen"

Tumor Patient’s Shoulder & Arm are Saved From Amputation Thanks to 3D Printed Shoulder

When most people hear the phrases “additive manufacturing” or “3D printing”, they usually picture the technology being put to use in large factories, creating prototypes, or in someone’s garage who’s making little plastic trinkets. However, as of late, 3D printing has been gaining ground within the medical field, as doctors and surgeons are really beginning to understand the potential that it has in creating prostheses.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Apr 13, 2015 - 3D-Druck News

FACT & e-NABLE: 3D Printing Ten Hand Prostheses at „Build Your Own: Tools for Sharing“ Exhibit

While the technologically savvy are quite aware of the revolution 3D printing is forging in manufacturing, globally, it’s certainly not lost on most, that there is a definite meeting in the middle as the technology progresses. And while 3D printing is being used to make a plethora of high-quality components in industries like that of automotive and aerospace, it’s certainly co-existing pleasantly with a bevy of traditional methods still concretely in place.
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The Most Realistic 3D Printed Prosthetic Hand Yet! – Steve Wood’s Flexy-Hand Filaflex Remix

When it comes to prosthetic hands and arms, 3D printing has been making a huge impact, especially when we talk about accessibility for children and teenagers. Children are at a disadvantage when it comes to being fit with a functional prosthesis, simply because their bones are still in the growing phase. This means that the typical prosthetic hand only lasts for about 2 years before these young patients outgrow them and require another.
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Lingerie Company Using German RepRap X400 3D Printers to Produce Cheaper Breast Prostheses

This morning we introduced you all to a Kickstarter project from Daisy Fit Forms, which sought funding so that the company could create 3D printed molds for breast prostheses. These molds would allow for complete customization of the prostheses, and in the process change the lives of thousands of breast cancer survivors for the better.
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Teacher & Students 3D Print an Amazing Baseball Bat Swinging Prosthetic Hand

There is something about the start of the Major League Baseball season in the United States that brings a summertime excitement to the country. It signifies the start of warm weather, gatherings at the ballpark, and the donning of caps and jerseys. The sport, considered America’s pastime, has been part of American history for over a century, bringing traditions to families, allowing parents to bond with their children, and mixing cold beer with peanuts, Cracker Jacks, and hot dogs all season long.
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South Africa: Amputee Goose, Ozzie, Receives 3D Printed Leg Prosthetic

While we come across so many scientific, complex stories regarding 3D printing every day, much of it based around transforming industry, helping to save lives, and working as a general catalyst for improvement, it’s very inspiring when we get to write about innocent animals who are able to receive a better quality of life. Since animals and pets obviously can’t ask directly ask for help themselves, it’s up to us to pinpoint their needs—and to take the initiative for them—making for a very sweet story when all those elements fall together, resulting in assistance with innovations such as 3D printed animal prosthetics.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Ozzie Standing and first Walk

Ozzie got his 3D printed leg and Sue has been helping him to stand on it .. he did and also made his first attempt at walking
(Quelle: Youtube)

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