3D printed orthosis uses honeycomb structure

07/10/2013 | MedCityNews.com

A Canadian designer created an exoskeletal brace with a honeycomb structure based on the shape of the inner tissue of bone. Jake Evill produced the orthosis, which allows the skin to breathe, from nylon plastic using 3D printing technology. He is refining the design, which he hopes to pilot at a hospital once the product is complete and he has found collaborative partners.

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