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3D Printing Insider: Not Impossible Labs 3D Prints Prosthetic Arms

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Not Impossible Labs 3D Prints Prosthetic Arms for Africa’s Children of War

(Not Impossible Labs) A California media and technology company is using 3D printing to provide hands and arms for amputees in South Sudan and the war-torn Nuba Mountains. In November, Not Impossible printed a prosthetic hand that allowed a teenager to feed himself for the first time in two years. Sixteen year-old Daniel, who was located in a 70,000 person refugee camp in Yida, had both his arms blown off at age 14, and considered his life not worth living. Daniel received a 3D printed version of his left arm. The hand enabled him to feed himself for the first time in two years

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