3D printing has the potential to transform industries, create synergies and open up new opportunities. At the MAKE+ facility, we’re looking into how 3D printing can revolutionize prosthetics. Our researchers hope to create novel prosthetic designs that will provide beauty and function to the users. As part of this vision, two BCIT researchers recently went to Germany to meet up with other grass roots innovators in the field.
In December 2016, BCIT MAKE+ researchers Silvia Raschke, PhD and Lisa Boulton, BDes participated in a Prosthetics Make-a-thon at the Technical University in Munich (TUM) Germany.
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