3D Printed Prosthetics are Changing Lives

(Full Article Here) In his early teenage years, while most kids were focusing on school and their social life, Easton LaChappelle was poring over the Internet, teaching himself the basics of robotics.

By the age of 14, he had made his first robotic hand out of LEGOs, fishing wire and electrical tubing. And through gradual improvements on the initial design, the ambitious teen was eventually able to turn the robotic hand into a robotic arm, now known as the RoboArm. 



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