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Medical Supplies For COVID-19

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Medical Supplies For COVID-19
During this challenging time, I figured this article would be fitting. The 3D printing industry is trying to help fight COVID-19. HP announced it’s working with those who bought its 3D printers to make medical face shields, hands-free door openers, and an adjuster for anyone who may wear face mas...
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3D Pole-Vaulting Shoes For Women

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3D Pole-Vaulting Shoes For Women
The first women’s pole-vaulting competition wasn’t at the international sporting event until 2000. More shocking than that, there is currently stick a lack of infrastructure for female pole-vaulters. No sporting brand produces shoes for women who participate in the sport. This motivated Elon Univ...
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Viviobarefoot's 3D Plans

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Viviobarefoot's 3D Plans
Shoe retailer Vivobarefoot announced plans to launch 3D printing services this year, enabling customers to get personalized and customized footwear. This approach to production fits into a range of new services and platforms for the business, which currently trades internationally. The project is...
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3D Cat Prosthetics

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3D Cat Prosthetics
Unintentionally, we seem to have an animal theme at 3DShoes.com this week. A cat names Dymka has become the world’s second recipient of 3D printed titanium prosthetic limbs. A passerby found him in the snow on the side of the road in Novokuznetsk, Siberia, and took her to a clinic. Thanks to some...
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3D Printed Donkey Shoes

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3D Printed Donkey Shoes
A miniature donkey named Saler recently received a pair of 3D printed shoes at Wychmere Farms in Ontario, NY. RIT biomedical engineering students, a general manager from Harbec, and members of a Penfield robotics team cane together to help Saler. The tendons in Saler’s front limbs did not develop...
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