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Engineering Student Prototyping and Fabrication with Raise3D

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Engineering Student Prototyping and Fabrication with Raise3D

John Gardner is a student at Foothill High School in Tustin, CA, who has great passion for engineering and technology. Once introduced to the Raise3D printers at Foothill High School, John began to develop his prototypes for an electric skateboard, custom-fit prosthetic limbs, and more. To find out more about the Raise 3D printers, click HERE  

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The Helping Hand Project: Prosthetic Devices

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The Helping Hand Project: Prosthetic Devices

The Helping Hand Project: Prosthetic Devices "The Helping Hand Project is a non-profit organization that specializes in providing 3D printed prosthetic hands free of charge for children in need." Read about it here! Get your Raise3D on here!

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A 9-year-old dog has a new skull and a cancer-free life because of 3D printing.

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A 9-year-old dog has a new skull and a cancer-free life because of 3D printing.

A 9-year-old dog has a new skull and a cancer-free life because of 3D printing. "[3D printing] shifts the focus from an implant that has been designed for common use that requires modification to a patient, to a patient-specific implant that has been designed directly for them," Oblak said. Read all about it here. Get your printer and supplies from us here.

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Inspiring America: How One Florida PhD Student Changed Kids Lives, One Arm At a Time

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Inspiring America: How One Florida PhD Student Changed Kids Lives, One Arm At a Time

When a desperate mother asked the University of Central Florida to make a prosthetic arm for her son, engineering PhD student Albert Manero had an idea: could an arm be made by 3D printing? What began as one arm for one child later became 20 arms for 20 children. Click here to view the NBC Nightly News report.  

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