Elementary school student Julian Caraballo wanted to play violin and become part of his school's band, and he didn't let a birth defect on his right hand stop him. Instead, three students from Drexel University helped him achieve his dream with a 3D printed prosthetic device.
After 3D printing a prosthetic arm for his son Sol, Ben Ryan decided to help others families by launching the Ambionics service.
A duo of British men calling themselves Team Unlimbited are helping change the lives of children all around the world - with some help from a 3D printer.
The winners of the Google Impact Challenge: Disabilities have been announced, with many using 3D printing to change lives for the better.
e-Nable lets you make hand prostheses at a total cost of about 50 euro, that is the cost of the plastic material plastic to be used in any home 3D printer.