The project, which is focusing on children with amputations below the knee, is still in its research phase, but has made prototypes.
When the child enters the hospital, a 3D scan of the residual limb is made and used to generate a 3D model of the residual limb.
Using the design software, a technician digitally wraps the socket material around the digital residual limb, and it is then printed to be used by the child.
Ratto says the process may be available in
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