3D Printing Enables Medical Researchers To Develop Plastic Limbs

3D Printing has helped a 4-year old girl with a congenital disorder use her arms for the first time. Medical researchers at a Philadelphia Hospital developed the custom-designed robotic exoskeleton called Magic Arms, with a Stratasys Dimension 3D Printer. The apparatus has enabled the young girl to “conquer greatly limited joint mobility and underdeveloped muscles.”

3D Printed Limbs Using Stratasys Dimension 3D Printer

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