The 'ZENOS' 3D-printed prosthetic arm is a new solution for amputees that aims to deliver exceptional performance and agility for avid cyclists to keep them supported at all times when riding for leisure or sport.
More cost-effective to manufacture than traditional prosthetics on the market, the prosthetic arm is easily assembled and doesn't require any complicated setup to be attached onto handlebars. The intuitive locking functionality makes the process of attaching and disconnecting seamless for riders to eliminate any unnecessary fumbling when mounting or dismounting. The open-source project allows other designers to make adjustments and modifications to suit their individual needs or preferences.
The 'ZENOS' 3D-printed prosthetic arm is the design work of Chan Lee and identifies the increasingly decentralized nature of healthcare as consumers begin to create their own medical aids.