Company tests 3D printed hands on Ala. 2-year-old

08/19/2013 | AL.com (Alabama)

Huntsville, Ala.-based Zero Point Frontiers is testing a variety of 3D printed plastic hand prostheses on 2-year-old Kate Berkholtz, who was born without fingers on one hand. The 3D printing technology has allowed the company to make the hand prosthesis for $5 and to swiftly develop modifications that might be suitable for someone as young and active as Kate.

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