The Standard Cyborg Water Leg is a 3D-printed, waterproof leg that a transtibial amputee can use in the shower, at the beach, or in the pool with no need to worry about damaging his or her primary prosthesis. The 30-minute scanning process can be done with a smartphone and a simple scanning kit available from the company. The leg has a 3D-printed plastic frame covered with carbon fiber, and features a rocker bottom and nonslip tread. Patients use a suspension sleeve and the liner / sock combination they use with their primary prosthesis. Above-knee models are expected later this year.