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3ders.org: Nia Technologies receives $1.5M CAD to develop ‘3D PrintAbility’ 3D printed prosthesis project

Originally conceived by established nonprofit organization cbm Canada, (Nia Technologies’ parent organization) 3D PrintAbility is a 3D scanning and printing project, described by Nia as a “deployable digital toolchain”, which aims to deliver 3D printed prosthetic devices to children in developing countries. By combining affordable 3D scanning technologies with versatile 3D printing systems, Nia hopes to improve the lives of countless individuals in the developing world, where there is a shortage of affordable medical solutions and trained prosthetists.

Read the full article on 3ders.org.