This 3D printed robotic hand can be made faster and at a much affordable cost bringing a new ray of hope for amputees
Open Bionics robotic hand for amputees wins Dyson Award - BBC News
A prototype 3D-printed robotic hand that can be made faster and more cheaply than current alternatives is this year's UK winner of the James Dyson Award. The Bristol-raised creator of the Open Bionics project says he can 3D-scan an amputee and build them a custom-fitted socket and hand in less than two days.
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