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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.
For every article written by All3DP's Content Academy, we will donate $1 towards buying prosthetic kits from e-NABLE organization, which will be sent to volunteers across the globe. The best part is...you can help too!
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.
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.