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it was the best thing John Robert said he ever date born with the club thirty suffered a lifetime of discomfort but now he's free of pain he's been suffering from a little known side effects that's held back his rehabilitation his resume DM the medical term for his stump change shape , that meant the socket to his prosthetic leg stopped facing probably began to rob and left him soul I'm with breezes where I am active bond is strong more than normal people get out because they said they what he's thinking because I'm doing I'm used it all the time he's now helping researchers from the university of bath developed a system that will insure he always has the best fitting prosthetic the pioneering project could one day be transferred to a quicken portable system for use in developing countries that is correct way using %HESITATION structure like three D. scanner which %HESITATION take very accurate image of a person's religion %HESITATION make a very reproducible and to have to buy a computer so we can use that to translate it for manufacturing process that allows a straight line is using content makes this collected data helps create a full digital model it's then used to design a personalized liner to sit at the top of the prosthetic the liner is made from a material similar to what's used in what cities the process takes about two days versus months with the old molding technique eventually the team hope to be able to understand and predict how a patient's limb changes size before the bass study Robert said he would weigh up to six or seven socks over his stump to get his prosthetic secure now he says it's like putting your foot into a pair of slippers