This 3D-Printed Exoskeleton Brace Aids People with Knee Disabilities

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China’s Sichuan Ju An Hui Science and Technology made use of 3D printing to build an advanced medical device to provide assistance to people suffering from knee disabilities. The company developed a 3D-printed exoskeleton called BioNEEK that make use of PEEK material.

PEEK (Polyether Ether Ketone) is a high-performance FDM filament that is often used for medical applications. The company joined hands with INTAMSYS to develop the passive exoskeleton.

INTAMSYS (Intelligent Additive Manufacturing Systems) offers top quality 3D printed parts


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