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Forest-Grey APDR 3d printed

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White Processed Versatile Plastic
Forest-Grey APDR 3d printed
Forest-Grey APDR 3d printed

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Forest-Grey APDR

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3D printed in white nylon plastic polished to reveal a smooth matte finish.

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Product Description
Designed to measure the leg length differences between the left and right leg, this 3D printed tool is most often used by chiropractors practicing the Blair Upper Cervical Technique. Any chiropractor can benefit from being able to objectively measure their leg checks. This can also improve the hygiene of a practice by serving as a barrier between the chiropractor’s hands and the patient’s shoes.

This model originated from a multi-piece design by Dr. Tom Forest. Dr. Josh Grey then brought specifications and feedback to his business partner Anthony Grey to reimagine the device in a 3D printed version. This version would be more durable, lightweight and easily cleaned. In the event it were lost, the device could easily be replaced with an on-demand ordered and shipped globally.

What's in the box:
Forest-Grey APDR
17.94 x 15.66 x 7.62 cm
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7.06 x 6.17 x 3 inches
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Mature audiences only.
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