“3D-Printed Prosthetics for the Developing World” by Schmidt, Coons, Chen, Gmeiner and Ratto

  • ©Ryan Schmidt, Ginger Coons, Vincent Chen, Timotheus Gmeiner, and Matt Ratto

  • ©Ryan Schmidt, Ginger Coons, Vincent Chen, Timotheus Gmeiner, and Matt Ratto

  • ©Ryan Schmidt, Ginger Coons, Vincent Chen, Timotheus Gmeiner, and Matt Ratto

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    3D-Printed Prosthetics for the Developing World

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    SocketMixer is an open-source tool for designing custom-fit below-the-knee prosthetics that can be fabricated with consumer-grade 3D printers. It was designed for use in the developing world and recently travelled to Uganda for its initial deployment.


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