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Incredible four-year-old makes nine 3D printed prosthetic hands for himself and others

Date:2016-12-24 Hits:388
Incredible four-year-old makes nine 3D printed prosthetic hands for himself and others

   Recently, 3d printer machine has made noticeable achievement again.  Today editor want to share you guys an inspirational true story.


   Cameron Haight, a four-year-old North Carolina resident born with the fingers on his right hand fused together, has helped to make nine 3D printed prosthetic hands for himself and other children with limb differences.


   At four years old, most kids spend their time playing with toys, running around, and generally causing havoc for their parents. For Cameron Haight, however, life is a little different. Four-year-old Cameron, who lives Charlotte, North Carolina, was born with amniotic band syndrome, a condition which caused his digits to fuse together while he was in the womb. After more than 15 operations, Cameron was still unable to do certain things with the right hand due to its lack of dexterity. However, upon being fitted with a 3D printed hand six months ago, the youngster was soon able to take part in a wealth of new activities.



   Yes, 3d printer is easy to operate no matter a little boy. in the future, there will be more and more kids in schools know mingda 3d printer machines, and can print products and even design models by themselves. Here is a detail picture for MINGDA MD-16 3D printer, which is a popular model among young people and green hand. For more details, please click the photo.