Jerlena Rittwage’s Hand Project

Rapid3D was approached by Colin Pischke from Print Your Mind 3D to assist with a unique and challenging project – Jerlena Rittwage was born with an underdeveloped hand. Colin and his team at Print Your Mind 3D wanted to create a custom prosthetic for Jerlena, since traditional prosthetics do not fit her uniquely shaped wrist and hand. A previous method employed to capture the shape of Jerlena’s limb involved the use of cast silicone. There were difficulties casting far enough past the elbow joint as well as maintaining the shape of the silicone cavity after removal of the limb. Rapid3D chose the Go!SCAN Spark for this application. This is the newest portable white-light scanner from Creaform

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