Nowadays, in the United States in Indianapolis, which once again rescued by the “TurboRoo” ‘s congenital lack of forelimb dog, breeders and veterinarians with a technical staff of the 3Dprint, and later 3dyn print CEO Mark Deadrick, using 3D printing technology is TurboRoo wheel arms are installed soon TurboRoo have adapted to using this 3D printing of front wheel walk.Dog Turbo is only four months old, born without front legs, in 2014 given up for adoption. But Ashley and Ray adopted Turbo. An aviation engineer in San Francisco with a 3D printer to make the stroller, so that it becomes a TurboRoo.
Facebook TurboRoo page staff Mark grow Deadrick have TurboRoo consider, designing the next version of wheel arms, is fortunate, iterative product 3D printing cheap and efficiently take out products.
TurboRoo keepers has started a fundraising campaign in order to help pay for the dog’s specialized equipment. So far, they have raised $ 3500, far more than the initial target of US $ 600.