UK: World’s first 3D-printed wheelchair unveiled in London

Jun 10, 2020 | Culture, Greater Community, Techniques & Skills, Tools & Objects, Values | 0 comments

The world’s first 3D-printed wheelchair was unveiled at Clerkenwell Design Week in London, Tuesday. Created by renowned designer Benjamin Hubert, the made-to-measure ‘Go’ chair is the result of six months of research carried out by wheelchair users, medical professionals and creatives at Hubert’s design agency ‘Layer’.


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