Interview with young man about his 3D printed prosthetic hand


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You can always count on those Gryffindor kids to exceed expectations.


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Truly, a wonderful thing!


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When much of our technology ends up weaponized or is designed with profit as the main concern this is just great to see and read about. What a cool thing to have your dad help design your hand! Good for all involved! An arms maker of the highest order!


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We know where this arms race leads:


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Amateur.


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instead of weird stares get awesome questions about their robot hands

Or get weird stares at their Renfaire Dr. Who cosplay.


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3D-printed hand, scarf, cape, and, seriously?! His name is Peregrine Hawthorne! It’s way too much awesome.


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Opensource.com covered this story twice so far this year:

  1. Interview with Jen Owen, a core member of the now 500+ e-NABLE community
    http://opensource.com/life/14/3/interview-jen-owen-enable

  2. Authored article by Peregrine Hawthorn, the lad in the photo of this article
    http://opensource.com/life/14/3/3D-printed-hand-enable


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