LAKE PLACID, NY – With its next-generation 3D printing software, Create will offer a new intuitive platform that uses virtual reality to let any clinician quickly design a prosthesis, 3D print and test fit the custom parts in less than 3 hours. 3D printing has tremendous potential to improve prosthetic care around the world. The
Lake Placid, NY — Create O&P and Vorum are pleased to announce a new 3D printing solution for North American providers of custom prosthetic devices. Create O&P, providers of the only 3D printer specifically designed for the creation of custom orthotic and prosthetic (O&P) devices, now offers Vorum’s Canfit™ 3D O&P Design software as part of
Lake Placid, NY – Orthotics and prosthetics innovator Create Orthotics and Prosthetics (Create O&P) is launching the world’s first fully-integrated, medical-grade, orthotic and prosthetic (O&P) 3D printing system. With Create O&P’s system, practitioners can now print eight devices including flexible inner sockets, diagnostic sockets, leg covers, arms, wrist braces, fingers, models, and partial hands –
June 23, 2016 press release Create Prosthetics makes the first medical-grade 3D-printed prosthetic arm Create Prosthetics, a 3D printing company that specializes in bringing prosthetic care into the digital age, has produced the first ever medical-grade, 3D-printed arm for a young mother in Haiti. The arm, which has been prototyped in the United States for
The following was posted on the American Orthotic & Prosthetic Association‘s site Mobility Saves by author Lauren Anderson. View the original post here. Prosthetist Speaks to United Nations, Highlighting Value and Potential of 3-D Printing Technology in Third World Environments Where Access to Traditional Components is Limited, and in Mass Injuries Jeff Erenstone, CPO, President of
The following article was written by NPR’s David Sommerstein. The original post, including audio, can be found on NPR’s website. Thanks to David and to Weekend Edition for featuring us and for doing such a great job covering our company! Fashionable Prosthetics Trade Realistic Color For Personal Pizzazz Prosthetic limbs for people who have lost
North Country Public Radio’s David Sommerstein recently visited the Create office to learn about this new trend in personalized prosthetics. Here’s an excerpt from his story: Show it, don’t hide it: Lake Placid firm leads new trend in personalized prosthetics Over the last decade or so, there’s been a revolution in the way amputees relate
We are proud to announce that we have sponsored our first athlete! We are excited and can’t think of a better person to represent Create Prosthetics than Corie Mapp. War veteran and double amputee Corie Mapp, a Paralympic bobsledder from Great Britain, is now using 3D-printed covers on his prosthetic legs, made by Create Prosthetics.
In August, 2015 Create Prosthetics was awarded as a Sixth Place Winner out of 94 entries in the VA Innovation Prosthetic Attachment Challenge for its “Hookhand Remixing Platform” submission. Create’s submission, designed by Chief Design Officer Arthur Hobden and based on Steve Wood of Gyrobot’s Flexy Hand, provides an aesthetically pleasing design that also provides for many degrees of
On July 24, 2015 Create Prosthetics CEO Jeff Erenstone appeared on CNBC’s Squawk Box to discuss how 3D Printing technology is revolutionizing the health care and sports equipment industries. Jeff was joined by adaptive sport athlete Eric Marcal and Autodesk designers Andres Bastian and Jordan Brandt, Phd.