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Printable Hands Being Made For Amputee Children

Scientists from the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology have been creating prosthetic hands for amputee children, an info-video revealed this week. The finished prosthetic is able to hold lightweight objects and provide the children with a better sense of balance. The most immediate benefit is psychological, as the children no longer feel that their amputation makes them unusual and instead have a "cool bionic hand" to impress their friends with. Scientists from the Technion have been innovative 3D printing technology. (VFI News)