The next time someone asks you:

“3D Printing seems cool – but what can it do? I mean, how can it actually help?”

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Two-year-old Emma wanted to play with blocks, but a condition called arthrogryposis meant she couldn’t move her arms. So researchers at a Delaware hospital 3D printed a durable custom exoskeleton with the tiny, lightweight parts she needed.

By On 3 August, 2012 · 1 Comment · In Bio

One Response to 3D Printed ‘Magic Arms’

  1. Dwayne Black says:

    This is the best video promoting 3D printing I have ever seen!

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