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NuNee offers 3D printed option for knee support (access required)

Based out of the Nextcorps Incubator in Rochester's Sibley Building, NuNee is setting its sights on revolutionizing the knee brace industry. Endorsed by NFL Hall of Fame running back Thurman Thomas, NuNee is a twist on traditional knee supports. In fact, founder Mike Emmerling, a triathlete himself, said it's not a knee support at all, but ...
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