Turin 1 July | 3D printer for the spinal unit

Turin 1 July | 3D printer for the spinal unit
Turin 1 July | 3D printer for the spinal unit

Editorial board
01 July 2021 18:15

For the first time in Turin, healthcare personnel will be able to print objects such as forks, brushes, knobs or containers. This is thanks to the 3D printer that was donated to the Spinal Unit of Turin thanks to the Tech4Inclusion program by Hackability. Next week two more 3D printers will be delivered to the Spinal Units of Alessandria and Novara.

The project, realized thanks to the collaboration of Deltacom, aims to guarantee greater autonomy for patients who have suffered a spinal injury.

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“The idea – says Carlo Boccazzi Varotto, coordinator of Hackability – was born talking with people with disabilities, caregivers, medical staff and is now arousing interest from many hospitals in the country. We asked a friend of ours to think a 3D printer that is faster and quieter than the others. ”

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