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Biomechanical difference between traditional and 3D printed orthoses

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Jun 2, 2019.

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    The biomechanical difference between running with traditional and 3D printed orthoses
    Shiwei Mo, Sam H.S. Leung, Zoe Y.S. Chan, Louis K.Y. Sze, Kam-Ming Mok, Patrick S.H. Yung, show all
    Journal of Sports Sciences: 01 Jun 2019
     
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    Of course there would be no differences if they are made to the same prescription as they should be the same shape!!!!
     
  3. Plastic stiffness will be different so there will be some difference if you are a hair splitting type of person, which I am ofc :D
     
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    3D printing individualized heel cup for improving the self-reported pain of plantar fasciitis.
    Li L et al
    J Transl Med. 2018 Jun 18;16(1):167
     
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