Making your own prosthetic hand? Sounds impossible, but kids are doing it with 3-D printers. I read about this on the program at the Maker Fair this week in DC, sponsored by the MedS
tar Institute for Innovation and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, part of the National Week of Making.
Click here for a Storify account of Invent Health examples. Take a look at the program Where does YOUR idea, your company fit in?
This exciting opportunities reminded me of the 3-D printer manufacture, John Springrose, who spoke at a Princeton Chamber breakfast last year .
“Prototype your imagination,” Springrose challenged. “If you think about it, you can do it.”