Healthy Living: Giving Hand Makers A Helping Hand
When you hear the word ‘printer’ you think of ink cartridges or paper jams, not helping ‘hand’ people a quality of life they otherwise couldn’t imagine.
But 3-d printers are quickly changing our images of what printers can do.
Katie Boomgaard shows us how in today’s Healthy Living.
The hand-testing device cost less than $1,200 to develop.
Doctor Gogola is testing the prototype to see what or if anything needs to be done before they share it with other groups.