Students lend a hand to print 3D prosthetics


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“These hands will allow us to, on our first meeting, to at least supply some ray of hope for the kids who need a way to make their lives more simple,” Daniel Barht, the co-founder of eNABLE, said.

eNABLE is a local chapter at the University of Houston supplying 3-D-printed prosthetics to those in need worldwide. Barht and Javier Castro, a UH engineering student, came to Miller Intermediate School Wednesday to pick up six hands made by the students.


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