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British start-up 3D printing robotic arm benefits the world's 5 million disabled people
Mar 22, 2018

British start-up Open Bionics mechanical arm development of 3 d printing has been more than three years, the aim is to provide economic global 5 million people with disabilities and flexible 3 d printing prosthesis, price controls the mechanical arm at the levels of 1000 pounds.The manipulator is made up of 3D printed parts, and sensors are worn on the back of the shoulder to sense muscle movements, which correspond to the movements of the hands.It's flexible enough to hold a glass, hold a card or paper, and control it well.Of course, the daily hand gestures such as the handshake, OK, are not spoken.


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