3D printer creates child-size prosthesis

02/20/2013 | ABC News

In one of the first cases of using 3D printing technology to build prosthetic devices, the engineering firm Stratasys has created a lightweight plastic prosthesis for a young girl who was previously unable to lift her arms and for whom conventional prostheses would be too heavy. She is now able to eat and play with toys on her own.

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