Cortex cast for fractured bones by Jake Evill. casts for fractured bones could replace the usual bulky, itchy and smelly plaster or fibreglass ones in this conceptual project by Victoria University of Wellington graduate Jake Evill.
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the negatives of traditional plaster casts are familiar: theyre cumbersome, heavy, can get rather smelly. Victoria University of Wellington graduate Jake Evill is looking to change all that with his Cortex cast. Evill says the cast specifically fitted to
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