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Vincent Systems Prosthetics Give Patients A New Feel For Life
Added Oct 6, 2014 | Rate View top rated
The human hand is a biomechanical marvel and therefore hard to replace. Ready to take up this challenge, the Vincent Systems GmbH has built ultra-sophisticated prosthetic hands and partial hand systems since its founding in 2009. The company attempts to mimic the range of the human hand's natural capabilities by combining mechanical performance with an anatomically correct soft-shell design and intuitive usage. This Webinar - being held Tuesday, October 14th, 2014 at 10:00 am ET - gives the audience a brief introduction to the daily work at the Vincent Systems GmbH and how their products affect the lives of prosthesis wearers. Precision, functionality, and control have to go hand-in-hand with aesthetic design and natural feel. Vincent Systems masters all these challenges within PTC’s Creo 3D CAD system and the computing power of the HP Z420 workstation. You will get an overview about how these systems work and how they are designed and built.

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