Canadian students design prosthetic hand for Indian child
Class 12 students of a school in Canada are giving a helping hand to a child in India.
They have used a 3D printer to make a prosthetic hand that will be sent to a child in need.
It took them 21 hours of printing and more than a few attempts to reach success. The prosthetic was made in partnership with e-NABLE, a group of individuals around the world that produce prosthetics for those who are not well off.
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