3D Printing Offers New Dimensions for AT

The advances in 3D printing are leading to exciting developments in many fields, including assistive technology (AT). We have heard about design companies and individuals creating prosthetic ears and hands, portable wheelchair ramps, fork holders, and even visual representations of mathematical concepts. The possibilities are almost limitless! Read our guide for more information.

Date Published: 
Monday, April 20, 2015

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