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Unyq launches 3D printed prosthetic leg socket

March 18, 2019 / Sam Davies

Unyq, a developer of customised medical wears, has launched a 3D printed prosthetic leg socket, available for order immediately. The San Francisco-based company is among the many start-ups to be supported by the XponentialWorks network. Since it was founded in 2014, Unyq has built a team of 40 people across four locations in North America and Europe, and has implemented its own in-house fleet of 3D printing systems to develop customised wearables.
This prosthetic leg socket launch is set to be the first of several additions to the company’s Prosthetic Wear line by the end of 2021. Unyq’s portfolio is currently made up of prosthetic covers, to protect and enhance durability of the prosthetic, and spine wears for back support.