Rice University students develop force-testing device for 3D printed prosthetic hands

Perhaps one of the most inspirational recent uses of 3D printing has been the development and creation of a number of custom fitted 3D printed prosthetic hands for children with disabilities. The global community of makers who have dedicated themselves, through the e-NABLE network, to designing and 3D printing prosthetic hands, have changed a number of young lives for the better, including that of fourth grader Peyton Andry, who recently received a 3D printed hand from the organization….

Read more at… http://www.3ders.org/articles/20160414-rice-university-students-develop-force-testing-device-for-3d-printed-prosthetic-hands.html

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