3D Printed Adaptive Aids Can Benefit Arthritis Patients
3D printers can be used to print daily adaptive aids that help severely disabled arthritis patients perform routine daily tasks such as opening doors or holding a spoon or toothbrush. By using additive low-cost 3D printers to print simple household items nearly 90 percent savings can be obtained.
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