Using a 3D printer, 3D scanner, and complex 3D modeling software, the industrial designer reduced the amount of labor needed to produce prostheses, therefore making them cheaper. Molded from laser-sintered titanium, not only are these prostheses cheaper, but they’re also lighter and more attractive.

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prosthetics-leg-3d-printed-titanium-william-root-1prosthetics-leg-3d-printed-titanium-william-root-6You can read Root’s entire proposal for the Exo Prosthetic Leg on Behance.

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