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At AMUG 2016, Boeing surprised attendees with a talk in the medical track about how their 3D printing knowledge was used to help a non-profit manufacture free assistive devices. more

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Social Enterprise, Beyond Vision, are using Stratasys 3D printing technologies in order to make poke-yoke blind friendly fixtures in order to create more jobs for the visually impaired. more

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The 3D Printed toy manufacture launch a new range of accessories and features, which support diversity in the toy box. more

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Toys? Phone cases? A mess? Or how about an award winning product that helps those with handwriting difficulties to write again? more

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Little Prince

MyMiniFactory

A project by MyMiniFactory aims to recreate some of the world's great illustrations in 3D as a visual aid to those with sight difficulties. more

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Diane Burton from the University of Warwick speaks at TCT Show + Personalize 2014 Conference about a 3D printing collaboration with students at Hereward College. more

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Prsnlz highlights some of the achievements 3D printing has made in the development of assistive design and prosthetics. more

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Ollie Baskaran uses his invention

Hereward College/Warwick University

Assistive design is perhaps the most disruptive application for 3D printing. Here's another inspiring story. more

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