Precipart Named in Frost and Sullivan Report on 3D Prosthetic Printing in Africa

Global research and consulting organization Frost and Sullivan’s report on the applications for 3D printing in the healthcare industry specifically focused on prosthetics, and how the speed and cost effectiveness of 3D printing them led to the early adoption by Africa nations. Precipart’s precision engineering support was mentioned in regards to “Project Daniel,” set up by Not Impossible Labs, to create prosthetic limbs for those affected by the war and named after the first Sudanese patient supported by the project. Find the full report here.