3D Printed Bionic Hands for Children

Bionic hands are becoming even more sophisticated every year. While they can make life easier for amputees, they are not accessible to everyone though. A trial of 3D printed bionic hands for children amputees has started in Bristol. It is more affordable and gives children confidence.

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As BBC explains, Open Bionics is working with 10 children at this time. More info is available here.

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