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3D Printed Assistive Technology Devices


Olivia Shope, OTD at Duquesne University is completing her capstone project at CLASS. Olivia is conducting a doctoral capstone project to increase access and cost-effectiveness of assistive technology distribution. Through the project, Olivia will use CLASS's 3D printer and maker space to print small assistive devices. Those who are interested in requesting a device, should contact Olivia at The catalog of items is below. 

Those who receive a device are encouraged to participate in a study that will evaluate the quality and effectiveness of these devices. Those who would wish to participate in the study will need to:

  • Sign a consent form and provide some information
  • Use their new device at home
  • Contact us to tell us how the device is working

For more information, see the flyer attached below or contact Olivia at

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