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Muzzles from the 3D printer

digs with colored muzzles © Blue Morpho Development GmbH

They are drawn up using a 3D printer and then “Made in Upper Austria“ The Austrian startup Limuzz is behind the innovation, collaborating with the Institute for Polymer Product Engineering of Johannes Kepler University Linz to develop an online configurator. The product is being marketed under the name LiMuzz, which stands for “Light Muzzle”. Limuzz founder Werner Leitmüller says, “In the future we will be able to supply dogs and their owner with tailor-made muzzles thanks to Austrian know-how”. There is an annual need of up to 25 million muzzles across the globe. Initiative TIM, short for Technology and Innovation Management (www.tim.at), supported the project from the very beginning.

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