Ankle-Foot Orthosis Made by 3D Printing Technique and Automated Design Software

@inproceedings{Cha2017AnkleFootOM,
  title={Ankle-Foot Orthosis Made by 3D Printing Technique and Automated Design Software},
  author={Yong Ho Cha and Keun Ho Lee and Hong Jong Ryu and Il Won Joo and Anna Seo and Dong-Hyeon Kim and Sang Jun Kim},
  booktitle={Applied bionics and biomechanics},
  year={2017}
}
We described 3D printing technique and automated design software and clinical results after the application of this AFO to a patient with a foot drop. After acquiring a 3D modelling file of a patient's lower leg with peroneal neuropathy by a 3D scanner, we loaded this file on the automated orthosis software and created the "STL" file. The designed AFO was printed using a fused filament fabrication type 3D printer, and a mechanical stress test was performed. The patient alternated between the 3D… CONTINUE READING

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