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Using 3-D printers to make artificial limbs

Mick Ebeling has created Not Impossible, which uses 3-D printers to make prostheses. In one case, the Venice Beach organization flew one of the printers to Sudan and taught victims of the civil war to print their own artificial limbs using free software.
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