By Ryan George
Typical prosthetics produced by the medical supply industry can cost thousands of dollars, meaning that they are simply impossible to acquire in many places around the world. But a solid, functioning 3D printed prosthetic can cost as little as $15 in materials and has enabled many people in need of prosthetics to get them for little or no money. For that reason, engineer Sashi Jain organized a group of 250 Intel employees to produce 100 3D printed prosthetic hands in order to, together with the e-NABLE prosthetic community, ship to Haiti for those in need.…
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