The Norwegian company, providing multifunctional Hydraulic hand prosthetics, needs a partner specialising in CAD modelling and optimising in order to jointly apply for Eurostars grant, cut off 11 on the 28th of February.
The vision of the company is to supply a complete cost effective, reliable and functional prosthetic arm to users to improve their quality of life.
CAD optimising of a 3D scan model of the arm stump is a crucial step to design a prosthesis that fits a user. The company is looking for a partner to apply for Eurostars grant, cut off 11 on the 28th of February, that has simple and inexpensive, yet high-quality automatic CAD tools.
The partner must have worked on CAD tools that optimise and customise designs.
The partner must have full control of the processing chain scanned "point clouds" to 3D printable models.
The partner must have expertise to tailor each part of the processing chain to specific requirements relevant for this application.
The deadline for this EOI is 31 of January.
The project duration is 150 weeks.
- Specific area of activity of the partner: The Norwegian company is seeking a partner to contribute to a successful Eurostars project.
The partner is an SME/industrial enterprise within the CAD automation area that may have worked with wearable devices fit to a body part.
The role is to take responsibility for CAD automation processes that meet the stringent requirements for a prosthetic arm (i.e. sleeve, socket).
Evaluation scheme: Single-stage subbmission scheme
Acronym: Prosthetic Socket Scan Print Manufacture
Coordinator required: No
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