Nonprofit To Use 3-D Printing To Make Prosthetics Cheaper And More Accessible For Ugandan Amputees

February 17, 2015 3:51 PM

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Nonprofit To Use 3-D Printing To Make Prosthetics Cheaper And More Accessible For Ugandan Amputees

An organization is using technology to make resources more accessible to amputees in developing countries.

Christian Blind Mission, an NGO in Canada that helps people with disabilities in developing countries, is working with researchers from the University of Toronto to use 3-D printing to produce prosthetic sockets in Uganda. The project, 3-D PrintAbility, aims to make high-quality prosthetics more aff...

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