3D-printed tools for occupational therapy

Zuyd Hogeschool

RRU is actively involved in a research project with Zuyd University of Applied Sciences to explore innovative ways of creating occupational therapy aids using 3D printing and 3D scanning technology.

Some of the developed tools include writing aids, urinal bottle holder, cup holder, and game controller holder.

Partners in this project include: Adelante, Libra, Sevagram, Universiteit van Tilburg, Universiteit Maastricht, UMC Radboud, KIVI, Hogeschool Rotterdam, Ergotherapie Nederland.

3D-printed tools for occupational therapy
RRU 3D Services 16 April 2021
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