VA hospitals adopt 3D printers to create custom prostheses

Five Veterans Affairs hospitals have been given 3D desktop printers, materials and training by Stratasys to enable the development of custom orthotics, prostheses and anatomical models.

The five “core” hospitals received the Stratasys Mojo 3D printers, which were then integrated into a collaborative network that allows doctors and researchers to leverage 3D prints for medical training and patient care.

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A 3D-printed hand model used for procedural planning and training.

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