years, patients spent up to $40,000 for a commercially made prosthetic
hand, but thanks to 3-D printing technology, a mechanical body-powered
hand costs only $50 to build."
“He wanted an Ironman hand,” Waikiki said."
"Last week, Bubba’s Ironman hand arrived in the mail. Dad Moses captured the special moment on camera."
“As soon as he put it on and was able to close the hand, his face just lit up,” Waikiki said."
"Instead of reaching for a ball or a toy, Bubba held his own hand."
“I’m not sure if the video, you can hear it on there, but he does say, ‘I can hold my own hand,'
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