ITU Students Produce 3D Prosthetics to Needyholders

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In spite of all kinds of problems we face every day in our country, we are fortunate to have some improvements that make us happy, and if these beautiful developments bring a bit of hope to our hopes. The social responsibility project that ITU students have started with 3D printers is a project that deserves such a name! The aim of this project, named Astero, is to supply prosthetic arms free of charge to those who need it. For more detailed information, you can visit his site: http://asterobionik.com/

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From the moment they arrive, they are planning to bring the prosthesis to the cargo delivery stage within 2 to 4 weeks depending on the density. At the moment there are possibilities of prosthesis for people who are not under the elbow in the arm under the project. They have different model options that can be used according to the disability from under the elbow. The handset is based on a model of a company operating in the USA. Friends who run the project are developing these models.


ITU Students Produce 3D Prosthesis to Needyholders

 

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