Stratasys, Dassault Systèmes and Easton Lachappelle join forces in an initiative to develop better printed prostheses

Stratasys

This time it has been nothing less than Stratasys the one that has just released an official press release where they talk about how the company has just reached an agreement with both Easton lachappelle As with Dassault Systèmes to work on the development of better prostheses made by 3D printing.

In this way, according to the agreement, it seems that Stratasys will be the supplier of all the necessary 3D printing technology to carry out all the necessary manufacturing and designs, while the rest of the companies will make all the necessary engineers and designers available to the project. to obtain design functional prostheses with personalized design and low cost.

Unlimited Tomorrow is the name by which an initiative is known that seeks to design and manufacture a new generation of 3D printing prostheses

As he commented Easton lachappelle, founder of the Unlimited Tomorrow project:

Unlimited Tomorrow's motivation is to make the impossible possible, with unique approaches that result in absolutely incredible ideas. The user always comes first, which means that technology is at the service of patients' needs from the first moment; all this with the most advanced technology. We are honored that Stratasys and Dassault Systèmes have joined our business coalition because their help will enable us to change the paradigm to develop custom 3D printed prosthetics and accelerate the time to market of our products.

For its part, for Arita mattsoff, Vice President, Corporate Social Responsibility, Stratasys:

For us, 3D printing is a catalyst for innovation in healthcare, enabling us to provide better patient care, streamline procedures, and enhance learning. One of the most visible effects is the creation of prosthetics and, for this reason, one of the main components of our corporate social responsibility program is the accessibility of the devices. Our goal is to drive real change and improve the quality of life and self-esteem of recipients of prosthetics. Unlimited Tomorrow is improving the lives of children around the world with practical, personalized and affordable devices. We are proud to team up with our longtime partner Dassault Systèmes and Unlimited Tomorrow to bring the technology and expertise to create the best artificial limbs.


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