We’ve reported on the inspired and heroic worldwide feats of the volunteer-driven e-NABLE a multitude of times as they 3D printed over 700 prosthetic hands last year alone. Not surprisingly, the organization has been the recipient of numerous awards, and e-NABLE has grown in size from just several hundred volunteers to over several thousand. They are responsible for a strong focus on helping children in need, with the creation of incredible and innovative 3D designs for their 3D printed prosthetics. And now, e-NABLE has their sights set on making Haiti their next mission, and volunteers have already made considerable headway.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)
Hands For Haiti
A pilot project to get low cost 3D printed e-nable hand and arm devices into underserved areas around the world.
This is our first trip to Haiti and we plan to go back with even more to share with them!