E-NABLE connects makers to create 3D printed prosthetics for those in need

19-year-old Peregrine Hawthorn from Seattle was born without fingers on his left hand. But in 2013 he learned how to 3D print and build an affordable mechanical set of his own. Today he is working with e-NABLE, an online community of 3D printing hobbyists to create and improve affordable custom prosthetics for those in need.
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