3D printing community rallies to create $5 hand for kid
November 27, 2013 Editor 0
A congenital birth defect left Leon McCarthy without fingers on his left hand. A very expensive custom-designed prosthetic was out of the question, but 3D printing allowed them to create one for about $5 in materials.
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