A Custom 3D-Printed Cast That Looks Like an Exoskeleton- Adele Peters shared in Design, Wellbeing and 3d Printing

This cast looks so good you might not mind breaking your arm. Unlike bulky plaster casts, this 3D-printed version is thin enough to go under clothing, it’s waterproof, breathable, lightweight, and can be fully recycled when it’s eventually taken off. Right now, the design is just a concept, but as long as it’s strong enough to truly protect healing bones, it seems like a brilliant idea.

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A Custom 3D-Printed Cast That Looks Like an Exoskeleton
Adele Peters shared in Design, Wellbeing and 3d Printing

This cast looks so good you might not mind breaking your arm. Unlike bulky plaster casts, this 3D-printed version is thin enough to go under clothing, it’s waterproof, breathable, lightweight, and can be fully recycled when it’s eventually taken off. Right now, the design is just a concept, but as long as it’s strong enough to truly protect healing bones, it seems like a brilliant idea.

Continue to dezeen.com

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