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UPDATE 3-17-2015 Low Cost 3D Printing amd Prosthetics and The Cyborg Shoulder

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It’s quickly becoming a reality! Below is an update from Dr. Jorge Zuniga and his team’s continued work with low cost prosthetics at Creighton University. Here is the picture of our first print of the 3D printed “Cyborg Shoulder” for children developed by our research team. It is fully 3D printed and includes rotatory mechanisms embedded on the wrist, elbow, and shoulder joints. We are currently testing the durability of the joint system and functionality of the entire arm. This is a work on progress, but we are very excited....

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UPDATE 3-13-2015: The Morning Star Riding Center is Nearing Completion in Hickman, NE

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Hickman, NE 3-13-2015 C’mon! We’re excited! The Morning Star Riding Center plans to offer hippotherapy and therapeutic riding. Hippotherapy refers to the use of the movement of the horse as a treatment strategy by physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech/language pathologists to address impairments, functional limitations and disabilities in patients with neuromotor and sensory dysfunction. Therapeutic riding is an equine-assisted activity for the purpose of contributing positively to the cognitive, physical,...

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UPDATE 3/9/2015: Video Highlighting Missing Children Minnesota

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Below is a great video sent to us that highlights one of our donations from 2014, Missing Children Minnesota.  

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UPDATE 3/2/2015: Creighton University’s Mechanical Hand Project

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An update from Jorge Zuniga of Creighton University regarding the Mechanical Hand Project and low cost prosthetics. “Here is the shoulder design. We included a proprietary rotational mechanism for the shoulder, elbow, and wrist joints that we think will work great for this design. We will be adding the Cyborg Beast hand as an attachment. This design is ready to print and we cannot wait to see our first prototype in action. We are so excited that we will try to print the shoulder over the weekend. I will send you some pictures next...

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UPDATE: Paralyzed Veterans of America Cal-Diego Chapter Donation Supports The Shooting Sports Recreation Program

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The mission of Paralyzed Veterans of America, Cal-Diego Chapter is to improve the quality of life of U.S. Armed Forces veterans and others who have spinal cord injury or dysfunction through the use of education, advocacy, research, sports and recreation and communication. Paralyzed Veterans of America, Cal-Diego Chapter (PVACD) is increasing our community education and outreach through our Shooting Sports Programs to our San Diego veterans, active duty and neighbors in the community.  Our goal is to provide opportunities for paralyzed...

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Larry the Cable Guy Supports The Monterey Peninsula Foundation Through The Pebble Beach Pro-Am

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2-17-2015 Larry the Cable Guy recently attended The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in Monterey, CA to help support the Monterey Peninsula Foundation. The week long event brings together celebrities and PGA Pros in a two-man team format. Included in the 2015 line up were celebrities such as Jake Owen, Josh Duhamel, Buster Posey, Colt Ford, Joe Don Rooney of Rascal Flatts, Charles Kelley of Lady A, Ray Romano, Bill Murray and many more! Monterey Peninsula Foundation awards grants to nonprofit organizations that benefit the community in the focus...

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UPDATE: IHDI Develop New Classification for Hip Dysplasia

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Great news as the International Hip Dysplasia Institute continues its work developing newer and more effective ways of identifying and treating HD.  Larry the Cable Guy and The Git-R-Done Foundation has pledged over $5,000,000 to The IHDI. Read more HERE

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UPDATE: Creighton University’s Work With 3D Printing Low Cost Prosthetics

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See the video here of Jorge Zuniga’s design of The Cyborg Beast. The Git-R-Done Foundation donated to his work with shoulder and leg harnesses. More exciting news to come! Git-R-Done Foundation Donation to Creighton University

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Git-R-Done Foundation Donates to Creighton University to Help With Low Cost Prosthetics

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  In 2014, The Git-R-Done Foundation donating to Creighton University to purchase a 3D Printer and support its work with low cost prosthetics. Update via Jorge Zuniga: I just wanted to give you a little update regarding the development for the 3D printed prosthetic shoulder. Our team is currently developing an upgraded prosthetic arm to be interfaced with our shoulder mechanism. This new arm is still in the development phase, but we are very excited about it. It is an improved version, with a rotation system in the wrist, elbow and...

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Git-R-Done Foundation Donates to Children in Need in Hagerstown, MD

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The Git-R-Done Foundation made a recent donation of $3,000 to Children in Need   Children In Need, Inc. is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization founded in December 1998 to provide Washington County children the necessities needed for learning. The children we assist do not have adequate clothing, personal care items, or school supplies to attend school. in 2013, they saw 8,700 clients and into 2014 they are expecting the number to rise to 10,000! MISSION To provide essential clothing, personal care items, and educational supplies to all...

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