Product Design: Prosthetic Design

The World Health Organization estimates that there are 40 million amputees. There is an ever-growing demand for prosthetic limbs to support amputees over the course of their lifetimes. This course explores the design and development of an economically viable prosthetic socket for above-the-knee amputees in the developing world. By applying user-centered design practices and using Fusion 360 CAD/CAM software to design a digital and 3D printed prototype, you will be able to generate a low-cost conceptual prosthetic socket design to meet real world human-centered challenges.

@Liz Hall:Once you download the zip file, open the Fusion_Assets folder to find the Fusion 360 files. Even thought the user interface has been updated, the print guides in that zip file should help guide you through the course.
those art the ones in the video and don't come up and work the same it the written instructions
@Liz Hall: The .zip files are located in Lesson 1, Step 3: Project resources. The green icon to the right of the step contains the files you're looking for.
I cant find the zip files
Nice one.
I love this course. It allowed me to learn both: how to use Fusion 360 and design prosthetic limb socket. It's well prepared and all the steps are explained clearly. I have had one problem with the files provided. The mesh was a bit larger than the outer socket project pictures after scaling. Managed to handle it by stretching pictures in graphics program :) Thanks for this course and hope I'll find more awesome stuff like that in ADA ;)
Amazing!! just what I was looking out for!
I loved how impactful the end product is. It seems fairly easy to do it with certain amount of practice. This gives me certain level of qualifications as well as confidence in prosthetics design.