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How a Custom Prosthesis Company Uses the Fuse 1 for Patient-Specific Solutions

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Outsourcing and expensive tools have been obstacles to mass customization for years. Matthew Mikosz, founder of Partial Hand Solutions, has experimented with all kinds of workflows to create patient-specific prostheses while aiming to keep costs down. When we began shipping the Fuse 1, possibilities opened up to produce truly custom, cost-effective, and high-performance prosthesis. In this Office Hours session, go inside Matthew’s workshop and see his end-to-end workflow in action. He will share an in-depth case study of a pediatric prosthesis, discuss various finishing techniques for nylon parts, and speak to what’s possible with the Fuse 1.

What you will learn:

  • How a business owner chose the Fuse 1 to fabricate custom finger and hand prosthesis
  • What’s possible on the Fuse 1, from articulated structures to hardware attachments
  • How to finish nylon parts with methods such as painting, dyeing, and ceramic polishing

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Matthew Mikosz

President and Founder, Partial Hand Solutions
Matthew Mikosz, CP, LP, founder of Partial Hand Solutions, is a Board Certified Prosthetist through the American Board for Certification. He received his Board Certification in prosthetics in 1998 and is also a member of the Upper Limb Society. Matthew has lectured and consulted internationally and has written several published articles and book chapters. Matthew recognized the need to advance technology for partial hand amputees due to the limited options presently available. He developed the original M-Finger prototype in 2005 and continued research and development until its release in 2007. The M-Fingers are currently available worldwide and distributed by Liberating Technologies in Holliston, Massachusetts.

Jake Kapusta

3D Print Operations Manager, Formlabs
Jake Kapusta is an experienced digital artist and fabricator. He currently manages the best-in-class print facility at Formlabs.