This 3D-printed robotic arm could be the most advanced and most realistic yet


At just 21 years old, Easton LaChappelle is engineering the next standard of 3D-printed prosthetics.

Inspired by a nine-year-old girl named Momo, LaChappelle teamed up with Microsoft to create a realistic robotic arm. He hopes the prototype will help usher in a new era of advanced, affordable prosthetics. Read more…

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Filament Friday: NinjaFlex Squishy Fun

So far in our Filament Fridays we’ve concentrated on rigid filaments that leave you with hard parts. This week, things are getting squishy with NinjaFlex¬†– the most popular of the flexible filaments. NinjaFlex was originally created by Frenner Drives, a company that specializes in belt drive systems. The Frenner team […]

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