3D printing and prosthesis as a design element


There is only one step from idea to reality, for several years this slogan has been our guide and here's why.

We received an order from the other end of the world from the city of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. The client is the wearer of the leg prosthesis. There was an idea to make a decorative patch on his prosthesis before summer. After a long search for a contractor, he came across our site. A few days later we met him at our office. The prosthesis was provided to us for work, as they say, right from the leg.


Statement of the task

It was decided to take these parts of the prosthesis as attachment points.


All measurements were made to build the 3D model correctly.


When creating the model, we took into account the attachment of the onlays to the prosthesis.


We printed the prototypes on 3D printers Picaso Designer and Picaso Pro 250. The final model was printed on a large 3D printer Prism Pro V2.

As a result, after several trial try-in prints, the front and back prosthesis pads were obtained.

The order was packaged and sent to the client in Petropalovsk-Kamchatsky for grinding, painting and final use.