MediPrint NovaCast 3D Printed Cast

Posted on Aug 29 2016 - 9:41am by gchoe

The way we make casts hasn’t changed much in the last 50 years. We are still basically laying plaster (or its equivalent) to stabilize body parts. If you had a cast put on 20 years ago, and another today, you wouldn’t notice much difference. It is time for an upgrade. If for nothing else to remove the awful smell that is trapped within a traditional cast.

A Mexican startup company, MediPrint, wants to make their NovaCast with 3D printers. Makes sense to me.

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  1. Tawanna johnson August 30, 2016 at 9:55 pm -

    I first saw it on Facebook and I started to look more into what your company was about and that’s a brilliant idea and I want to know how can I become someone who can invest with your company I’ve been looking for an extraordinary idea and that’s a pretty damn good idea and it’s very logical and it help patients to heal faster and the doctors to see what going on with the patient recovery I love it I never had a broken bone before but if I did I would want that cast

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