Rooster Gets 3D-Printed Feet

3d printed rooster

In the past few months, we have covered plenty of exciting 3D printed products. As the below video shows, it is possible to save the life of an injured animal using this technology. A student at the University of Calgary has used 3D printing to create a pair of feet for a footless rooster, who lost both feet to frostbite. Douglas Kondro modeled the artificial feet on turkey’s talons.

Thanks to this effort, this rooster can walk again. How cool is that? More information is available here.

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