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Mick Ebeling’s Truly Delocalized Prosthetic Hand Manufacturing is a Perfect Fit for Range Rover’s Can and Will Campaign

Not Impossible’s project to bring low-cost 3D printed prosthetic hands to Sudan, starting from one young man named Daniel who had lost both arms in an explosion, moved the world when it was made public last January. Now Mick Ebeling, Not Impossible’s co-founder, was asked to go over what was accomplished in one of the world’s poorest and most war-ravaged areas, for Land Rover’s Can and Will campaign.
(…weiter auf 3dprintingindustry.com)

Can And Will 5×15: Mick Ebeling

Mick Ebeling, founder of Not Impossible, talks about what motivates him to use technology to help those in need.
(Quelle: Youtube)

Revolution in der Medizin durch 3D-Druck steht bevor

Die Prothese aus dem Drucker. Das könnte die Zukunft in der Medizin sein. Für den Privatgebrauch ist die Technik allerdings noch sehr teuer, meinte Axel Bruns vor dem Erfinderforum Bottwartal in Oberstenfeld. Bruns ist Informatiker, hat zusätzlich Mathematik und Physik studiert. Er ist Chef von inftech in Rutesheim. Sein Unternehmen hat sich spezialisiert auf Datenrettung und Softwaretechnik. Außerdem ist er technischer Experte für Computertomographie (CT) sowie die Magnetresonanztomographie (MRT). Unter anderem wartet er diese hochkomplexen Geräte in Kliniken. Daher die Verbindung von Medizin und 3D-Druck.
(…weiter auf lkz.de)

3D Printing a Unique Limb for a Unique Person in Two Weeks

Due to the reduced cost of and extreme customization offered by 3D printing, additively manufactured artificial limbs stand to revolutionize the prosthetic industry completely. In April, we covered the story of Natasha Hope-Simpson, a woman who exemplifies the possibilities of this revolution. Today, 3D printing industry leader 3D Systems has elaborated on her story, complete with a compelling video of Natasha’s journey to design her own 3D printed leg, with the help of a big team of very helpful designers and engineers.
(…weiter auf 3dprintingindustry.com)

A Leg that Fits: Making Natasha’s 3D-Printed Prosthetic in Two Weeks

When Natasha Hope-Simpson lost her leg, her life came to a stop. But she built new momentum through design, as she created a beautiful, custom 3D-printable prosthetic leg that reflected her character in ways that a stock prosthetic never could. See how she and a team of 3D experts went from design to prototype in only two weeks.
(Quelle: Youtube / 3D Systems)

Two Teachers Team Up to Create a 3D Printed Prosthetic Hand for 7 Year Old Frankie

3D Printing…. What is it good for?

If you are an avid reader of 3DPrint.com, you probably know all of the answers to this question. 3D Printing has been used to create thousands of different useful designs. Whether it is an automobile part that is no longer being produced, or a customized action figure for your little boy, those people who own or work with 3D printers know that the potential is there.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)