Continuation of discussion with Valentino:
Our proposal is an open source most advanced software FEM development for Prosthetics. Just printing a 3D model is not enough, you need to actually perform FEM on the stub or sock to make sure there is most comfort and best fitting for the patient. Also analyze if there is a change of amputated bone splinter.
Then apply FEM to the moving joints (PHASE II of the development).
In order to get speedy results we bought a 64 cpu cores Linux box with 1 TB of physical memory. This allows for the LINPACK of the FEM to parallelize and thus deliver fast FEM output.
The code will be large and sophisticated but we can wing it in relatively short period of time! Note that FEM is used for industrial apps like jet turbine design and so on, so this is serious work.
My hope is to open source all the code.
We have purchase this additional FEM from Wolfram: