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10/03/2014 12:23 PM ID: 96003 Permalink   

Five-Year-Old Girl Gets New Hands Made With 3D Printer


A five-year-old girl from Scotland was fitted with a prosthetic hand made with the latest 3D printing technology.

Hayley Fraser was born without fingers on her left hand. Her parents found E-nable, a nonprofit organization that matches kids with printers, on the internet.

The scientists then designed and build a prosthetic hand for Hayley. She is the first child in the United Kingdom with such a limb. "It was all her dreams come true," her father said.

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