Five-year-old boy with deformed fingers and toes designs 44 3D printed hands for disabled kids

Five-year-old boy with deformed fingers and toes designs 44 3D printed hands for disabled kids

We reported just over a year ago on the remarkable story of 3D printing child genius Cameron Haight of North Carolina. The four-year-old boy suffered from a condition known as amniotic band syndrome, which meant that some of the fingers on his right hand were fused together. He was able to regain some dexterity with the help of a special 3D printed prosthetic hand, and soon he was able to help create similar 3D printed prosthetics for other disabled children. Now aged five, Cameron has created a total of 44 prosthetics for kids in the U.S, Canada and Japan. […]

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