Why do knees need patellas? This week’s featured 3D print was designed to help answer that question. The print is an anatomically correct model of a functioning knee. The Continuum Tissue Mechanics bioengineering class (BE550) in the School of Engineering used the model to help students visualize the functioning of the patella.
Check-out the video of the 3D print in use!
printed in ABS plastic in the Stratasys uPrint SE Plus
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