3-D-printed prosthetics for people with disabilities
People with disabilities who have lost their limbs to spinal injuries may be able to purchase 3-d printed prosthetic limbs with a range of features, including a metal frame and an electric motor.
The devices, which can be printed out of plastic, plastic resin or metal, have been used to assist people with paralysis and spinal injuries in a number of countries, including Germany and Japan.
A 3-dimensional printer can produce a prosthetic limb that can be used to move around or manipulate objects, and can also be attached to a prosthesis that can act as a stand.
The prosthetic will need to be attached by an electrical cable, but many people are already using them.
The machines can also act as mobile home parkets and work as mobile-office chairs.
The new machines, called “plasma cars,” are being used in parts of Germany, Japan and France.
The first models were delivered to people with spinal injuries last year.
They are being printed using a special ink that allows the metal frame to bend in different directions, which is then printed onto a polymer matrix, or a flexible plastic that can flex and move.
The first plasma car was created by a German company called Dornbach, which has also developed the technology to produce metal prostheses.
The company plans to expand production to parts of Europe and the US.
The Dornhaus group also sells a product called the “factory-grade plasma car,” which can also create metal prosthetic arms, but they are sold only in Germany and not in other countries.
A prototype for the company’s new plasma car can be seen in this YouTube video, and the company plans on adding more types of plasma cars in the future.
According to a statement by the company, it has produced the first two prototype plasma cars and plans to manufacture the third one by the end of this year.
This means the company is ready to roll out the 3-mesh car, a larger and heavier version of the prototype.