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The need for prosthesis development dates back many years, but only in the last few years has material, control and automation technology been available to obtain prostheses that imitate the function and performance of the real part that is replaced. The development of prosthesis, involves the need to merge knowledge of human physiology and biomechanics, machining of materials. Currently there are various types of prostheses that are adapted to the needs of people who require them. Recentdoi:10.35429/jbeb.2019.9.3.14.18 fatcat:bu7t2nsarbblbijwgwx2db37p4