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The impact of 3D printers on orthotics and prosthetics is very large and important. Here are some of these effects:

1. Custom Design: 3D printers enable the production of personalized designs based on an individual's measurements and needs. While orthoses and prostheses produced with traditional methods are usually produced in standard sizes, special designs can be obtained for each individual's foot, leg or body structure thanks to 3D printers. This allows individuals to achieve better fit, comfort and performance.

2. Fast Manufacturing: 3D printers greatly speed up the manufacturing process of orthoses and prosthetics. While the production process with traditional methods can take a long time, 3D printers can significantly shorten the time from design preparation to production completion. This rapid production process allows to meet the needs of individuals faster and accelerate the treatment processes.

3. Precise and High Quality: 3D printers can produce detailed and high quality orthoses and prostheses by working with high precision. This allows individuals to achieve a more natural fit and comfort. In addition, 3D printers allow the use of different materials, which enables the development of solutions for different needs.

4. More Affordable: 3D printers offer a more cost-effective manufacturing process compared to traditional methods. This makes orthotics and prosthetics more accessible and makes it possible to meet the needs of more people. In addition, 3D printers make prototyping and design improvements easier and more affordable.

5. Creativity and Innovation: 3D printers encourage creativity and innovation in the design process. With 3D printers, designers and healthcare professionals can develop orthotic and prosthetic designs that are more original, functional and aesthetically diverse. This gives individuals more choice and customization.

3D printing has revolutionized the field of orthotics and prosthetics. It enables individuals to achieve better results in terms of foot health and mobility by making it possible to produce customized designs quickly, precisely, cost-effectively and creatively. This technology contributes to accelerating advances in orthotics and prosthetics and meeting the needs of more people.