3D-Printed Amphibious Prosthetic for Veterans

There are plenty of prosthetic limbs available to amputees but not all of them are designed to be used in a pool. The Fin is different. It is a custom-fitted 3D printed prosthetic leg that permits amputees to go from land into water. Dan Lasko, a 33-year-old Afghanistan war veteran from Pa has already tried this solution.

This video shows what the Fin is all about. Pretty awesome, don’t you think? This can be a lifesaver for many people.

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