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New Design for Prosthetic Hand Helps to Build Boy’s Street Cred [Video]

Wayne Waterman is a webcast infrastructure architect in Intel’s IT division in Hillsboro, Oregon, US. He used his 3D printer to build a prosthetic hand for Henry Hunker, which helped him to handle himself better on his own.

Later, he manufactured a second version, which also helped Henry in a slightly different way. Waterman states, “When I made Henry his first hand, it was because he was missing a hand,”… “When I made him the second hand, it was because it gave him some street cred at school.”

YouTube: Intel Employee Helps Boy with 3D-Printed Prosthetic Hand

Photo credit: All material shown is owned by Intel Corporation and was made available for press use.
Source: Intel press release

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