Dad And Son Make 3D Hands

 
Dad And Son Make 3D Hands

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  • Feature Reference: VIDEO90005340_000001
  • Headline: Dad And Son Make 3D Hands
  • Caption: Dad And Son Make 3D Hands Video Unique id 1396925 Caption VID BY CATERS NEWS- Meet the doting dad who builds 3D hands for children with limb differences for free after making one for his own son. Michael Campos, 33, from Lake Forest in California, USA, learned to create the light-weight prosthetics after his son Carter, 4, asked him ‘build me a hand’ last year. Doctors identified that Carter would have a limb difference during his 12-week ultrasound scan – with him being born with below the elbow amputation and a partial wrist joint. Despite his parents fears of how he would adapt to life, he hit every milestone from holding a bottle, crawling to even learning to fasten his clothes. Last year, after Carter asked his dad to build him a hand, Michael started researching 3D printing through e-Nable - a volunteer group who create free schematics for the designs. SEE CATERS COPY Published 16 June 2017 Created 16 June 2017
  • Authors: CATERS NEWS AGENCY/SIPA
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