Little Girl Gets Awesome, 3D Printed Prosthetic Hand
Someday we’ll all be cyborgs.
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If you’re like me, you’re both excited and frightened by the potential of 3D printers. The fact that they’re awesome, though, is undeniable. Just ask Faith Lennox, a 7-year-old who lost her left forearm to compartment syndrome when she was an infant. Today, thanks to E-Nable, she’s using a prosthetic forearm and hand that was made using a 3D printer and only cost $50. The best part? She got to pick the color.