University of Manchester Students Develop Affordable 3D-printed Bionic Hand

3D printing is one way to make prosthetic limbs accessible to more people. The University of Manchester students have used such technology to develop an affordable 3D printed bionic hand for just £307. The hand has fully posable joints and lets users control individual fingers and make a fist.

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