Lower leg–foot orthoses (AFOs) are assistive contraptions supported for different physical and neurological messes impacting the flexibility of the lower members. Added substance manufacturing item has been researched as an elective method; regardless, it has ended up being inefficient cost-wise. This work intends to explore the potential results of making specific AFO parts, explicitly, calf, shank and footplate, with the kept composite stronghold that aides in the streamlining of the device to the extent convenience, style, inflexible nature and cost. This work shows the insignificant exertion 3D printing with fortress approach as an elective course for the arranging and amassing of orthotic contraptions with complex shapes. This assessment looked into the fields related to 3D checking, 3D printing aided sketching out for the collecting of an unbending AFO.
|Title of host publication||Materials Horizons|
|Subtitle of host publication||From Nature to Nanomaterials|
|Number of pages||20|
|State||Published - 2020|
|Name||Materials Horizons: From Nature to Nanomaterials|
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- Ankle–foot orthosis (AFO)
- Drop foot
- Product development