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Hy5 receives Eurostar funding for titanium 3D printed myoelectric prosthetic hands

Norwegian startup Hy5 Prosthetics, dedicated to providing cost effective, accessible and high quality 3D printed myoelectric prosthetics to amputees in need, recentlyreceived 14 million Norwegian Kroner (roughly 1.5 million euro) through Eureka’s Eurostars program and additional investments,.

Thanks to this boost in funding, Hy5 has said that their 3D printed prosthetics are ready for testing. Over the next few months, the product will receive its CE marking, at which point it will be cleared for the commercial market. Alongside Oslo University Med Tech, and Sintef, 3D printing company Materialise is listed among Hy5's partners.