Father designs 3D-printed hand for son

03/20/2014 | Ubergizmo.com

High-school teacher Peter Binkley fabricated the Talon Hand 2.0, a snap-together prosthesis he designed with and for his son, using open-source data and a Solidoodle 3D printer. Binkley found his basic design through the organization E-Nable and used feedback from his son to refine the device.

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