Amputees find creative, inexpensive ways to design prostheses

11/5/2013 | ABC News

An increasing number of amputees are finding creative and inexpensive ways to make their own prostheses using nontraditional materials such as 3D printers and spare parts. This slide show features a farmer who made his own prosthetic hands, a high school student who created a prosthesis controlled by brain waves, and a man who created a replacement finger from bike parts, among others.

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