3D Printing Prostheses For Children in Need

Robohand‘s 3D printed prosthetic hands are quite a famous project by now in 3DP circles, but for this weekend, we’re offering you a video from Not Impossible Labs. They have brought together a number of famous maker names including Robohand creator Richard Van As, PrintrBot founder and CEO Brook Drumm, Not Impossible CEO Mick Ebeling and physical therapist and MIT neuroscientist Dr. David Putrino. Together they were invited to create prototypes for prosthetic hands to take on The Daniel Project to help kids in Africa who’ve lost limbs in the conflicts. check out the video for more details:

Want to join the ride… #HelpOneHelpMany @notimposs