Bionic arms are feats of modern engineering that can be life-changing for the people who use them. One of the biggest problems in the field is that they’re static devices – they don’t change with the patient. This causes patients to need new devices every several years, which can be a costly and time-consuming process.
The world’s first clinically tested FDA registered 3D-printed bionic arm was just produced, and it can even grow with the patient as needed. It’s not the most technologically advanced arm on the market, but it represents the best solution to this sprawling problem in the industry. Check it out below.