E-NABLE fabricates 3D printed arm for child

06/5/2014 | 3DPrint.com

The volunteer organization e-NABLE has built many inexpensive prosthetic hands for children using open-source designs, but it entered new territory recently by building an arm for a 6-year-old boy who is missing his lower right arm and hand. The device combines PVC pipe with 3D-printed components, and the boy manipulates the arm and hand with cables that pull when he bends his elbow.

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