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Over on the MakerBot forums, Youssef Tayeb just shared this full-scale model of a trans-tibial socket, which was printed in 16 pieces, and reinforced with a layer of fiberglass. He’s started an Open Prosthetics project group, is working on getting instructions and design files onto Thingiverse, and is looking for constructive criticism/input about the project. [thanks, Marty!]


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