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The Shock of the New: Could 3D Printing Revolutionise the Market for Living Aids?

The Shock of the New: Could 3D Printing Revolutionise the Market for Living Aids?

Callum June 11, 2015

Does 3D printing have the potential usher in a golden age of inexpensive living aids and assistive devices? Paul F Cockburn takes a closer look… According to one expert, “Two years ago it was on

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Creator Q&A: Deane Saunders-Stowe

Creator Q&A: Deane Saunders-Stowe

Callum June 8, 2015

Deane Saunders-Stowe has previously worked in architecture, computer-aided design and currently works as a web developer. A self-taught author, he has just published his first novel, Synthesis:Weave – a sci-fi space opera planned as

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Living with…Deafblindness

Living with…Deafblindness

Callum June 1, 2015 1

45-year-old Hayley Reed explains why she ‘doesn’t do pity’… I’ve been deaf since I was 10 in my left ear. It used to only affect me in loud places, but these days it’s affecting

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Floor Thought: Five Key Things To Consider When Buying A Platform Lift

Floor Thought: Five Key Things To Consider When Buying A Platform Lift

Callum May 22, 2015

Invalifts‘ Craig Merry fills us in on what you should know when seeing whether a lift could help support your access needs – be it at home or in a public venue There are many things that need to be thought

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