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Goes, Steven (author)
Background: In low- and middle-income countries there is a high demand for prosthetic devices. An automatic system, in which hand prostheses are manufactured with 3D printers can potentially offer a solution for patients having a transradial defect in these areas. As part of such a system, a detailed 3D model of the residual limbs is needed. In...
master thesis 2018
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Schönfeld, Rutger (author)
People whose hands suffer from CMC Arthritis are prescribed a hand brace. For multiple reasons, these people are discouraged to wear them sufficiently. This project focusses on the aesthetics in these braces and their stigma. The result is a medical aid which is not perceived as a crutch but as a clothing accesory. By giving people who have been...
master thesis 2018
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Kroonen, Marloes (author)
3D Digital Human Models (DHMs) provide industrial designers 3D and 4D information on the dimensions of the human body and its range of motion. Current models are based on outdated data from research on military populations making them unrepresentative for civilian populations. Available DHMs require experience to properly use them, are vague on...
master thesis 2018
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Paschal, Ian (author)
The orthotics industry is ready to move towards a digital workflow but existing CAD software does not meet the industry’s needs.

Digital Plaster is a CAD solution for translating 3D hand scans into 3D-printed orthoses.
master thesis 2017
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Peeters, Bart (author)
The Curatio is a low-cost hand scanner which allows fast capture of accurate 3D hand scans, developed at the TU Delft in cooperation with Vectory3. Research done by several graduate students has produced reliable and accurate hand scans. Adding infrared thermographic imaging was deemed the next step forward in the scanner’s development.

master thesis 2017
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Beerkens, Thijs (author)
Repair was once a common act. With increased product diversity and complexity, a scarcity and obsolescence of spare parts is making repair increasingly difficult and economically unviable. The result is an accelerated turnover of manufactured goods, which are more often replaced than repaired. As products are discarded, embedded materials and...
master thesis 2017
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Weiss, A.J. (author)
This thesis puts forward a design for an affordable 3D scanner that can easily capture accurate 3D models of the human hand. Such 3D scans are a requirement for designing and manufacturing personalised products, which open up a new world of design possibilities by tailoring products specifically to a single person. An example of such a product...
master thesis 2017
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De Vries, A.L.E. (author)
This report provides details of the embodiment design process, including analysis, ideation, development and validation, of a 3D hand scanner. 3D scanning, the process of creating a digital 3D model of a physical object, has opened up new possibilities for personalised products and improved diagnostics in healthcare. Since the hand poses unique...
master thesis 2016
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Van Seggelen, S.W.H. (author)
For a Dutch helmet manufacturer, a product proposal has been made. The key feature of the product, is the development done based on 3D scanning techniques. The actual project was twofold; The scientific part of the project was about developing an algorithm for incorporating 3D scanning data in product design. The main challenge was to...
master thesis 2015
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