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Decatur Makers Message Board › A beneficial use for your 3D printer: Prosthetics

A beneficial use for your 3D printer: Prosthetics

A former member
Post #: 4
I came across this by accident. Several groups and plain people are using different types of 3D printers to fabricate replacement arms, legs, hands, and feet. Even an exoskeleton torso for a young girl so she could use her own arms more naturally. The little girl calls them her "magic arms". Some people are making them as robotic devices. Others are sticking to cheaper mechanical solutions. Here is one example:­
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