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Dad makes son prosthetic hand for $5

After 30K clinical price tag

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Reducing costs, reducing dependency

With advances in the technology of 3D printing, we're beginning to be able to reduce the price of objects to almost nothing.

This dad was able to share the printer from a friend and make his son a usable hand for only $5!

That was after hearing about the $30,000 price tag for the clinical one.

That was two years ago, but now these printers are becoming affordable.

This is a great step towards more localized, economic independence! A community 3D printer could provide everyone in the neighborhood for day-to-day object needs so we wouldn't have to rely on the traditional business economy.