3D-printed bespoke wheelchair debuts at Design Week in London


 
"For all their being motion-enabling platforms, wheelchairs are themselves rather static. A frame of steel and aluminum supporting foam-filled leather or plastic, with a handful of settings that may or may not accommodate the user’s specific condition. A London design firm has worked for two years to create an alternative: a 3D-printed wheelchair made to fit exactly the shape and needs of its rider." [TechCrunch]

Published: Monday, June 13, 2016

Last Updated: Wednesday, November 1, 2017

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