E-Nable 3D printed prosthetic hands

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In March 2015, we met an elementary school teacher from Stockbridge that had not one, but two students in need of prosthetic hands. We jumped at the opportunity to get engaged with the eNable global network of volunteers using 3D printers to give the world a helping hand.

We have successfully printed the first two hands and will continue to support and grow this effort.

Details of these two projects can be found at the following links:

More info about the eNable volunteer movement can be found at www.enablingthefuture.org

The Maker Station eNablingTheFuture Photo Gallery