Those who at least once had a broken limb know how wearing a cast can be unpleasant. Not only are they bulky, they’re also uncomfortable.
The same problem has been with Jake Evill, who once broke his hand while trying to resuce his friend in a fight.
The graduate of Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand, has worn a plaster cast several months and it was extremely uncomfortable for him. He decided to do something about it.
While searching for an alternative he didn’t managed to find one and come up with the idea of making his own cast. Evill named his creation Cortex cast.
To have the capacity to peruse the zone, the planner physically pivoted the alternative scanner around his arm. This implied that the examined shape obliged some touch ups in a product, for example, Zbrush.
At that point the cast was dispatched to Shapeways in the Netherlands, where it was printed in nylon plastic.
The result is a 3 millimeters-thick plastic cast that weights just 500 grams. Next the creator anticipates dealing with the ideal material for the cast and change of the checking methodology.
At that point he plans to work with a clinic to do trials of the model. At last, if everything goes well, Evill will scan for a producer fit to help him make the Cortex Cast.