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These 3D-Printed Bionic Arms Could Enable Medical Experts to Provide Treatment Remotely

These 3D-Printed Bionic Arms Could Enable Medical Experts to Provide Treatment Remotely

These are 3D-printed Youbionic Arms that have multi-grip functionality and responsive aesthetics while supporting the body and enhancing productivity. Developed with “high exoskeletal functionality,” these impressive robotic arms allow users to effortlessly perform daily activities. They could also assist doctors in providing treatment remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic by reducing the spread of germs.

These lightweight gadgets are the result of “integrated and innovative technology mechanically assembled using hardware and software” – and the end-product is a state-of-the-art device that executes routine tasks remotely or independently. If you’re a robotics enthusiast, you have the option of assembling the Youbionic Arms on your own, or you can have a service do it for you.



By integrating Youbionic Arms, you can essentially incorporate more abilities into your body. You can achieve more flexibility and efficiency when handling objects, typing on a keyboard, cleaning, and cooking at home, the company notes. It can also enhance leisure activities, such as gaming, music, and sports.

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