When it comes to providing 3D printed prosthetics to kids in need, no one does it better than the volunteer organization e-NABLE. Last August, one father and an avid member of the e-NABLE organization, named Greg Dennison, printed five prosthetic hand designs for his eight-year-old son Luke Dennison (aka Little Cool Hand Luke), who was born without his left hand due to a congenital abnormality. Now, Dennison and e-NABLE are teaming up with Simplify3D, the 3D printing software developers, to help create a superhero-themed prosthetic hand for another kid with the same condition as Luke.
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