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Using your 3D printer for the good of humanity

In 2013,  I was fortunate to see a video of a young South African boy named Liam who had just received a new prosthetic hand thanks to the work of Richard Van As and Ivan Owen. That one minute video changed my life. Watch it yourself and you’ll see what I mean.

Little Liam was so cute and had so much determination, his perseverance lead to a worldwide movement called e-NABLE. I joined the movement about 5 minutes after watching this video. Now, three plus years later, thousands of children across the world have received free 3D printed prosthetic hands and arms. I have printed and assembled more than 50 hands and two arms and enjoy the best hobby in the world.


To learn more check out and or contact me and I’ll be happy to get you started.