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Carpenter's Injury Leads To Hundreds Of 3-D-Printed Hands

April 14, 2014
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Richard van As lost all fingers on his right hand in a woodworking accident. Now, he's used the incident to create a prosthetic to help hundreds. Video provided by Newsy

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'Robohands' Help People Regain Motion, Lives

'Robohands' Help People Regain Motion, Lives

AP (Sep. 11, 2013) — South African carpenter-turned-inventor Richard Van As has developed the 'Robohand' to help others who have lost their hands. At $500, the 'Robohand' is significantly cheaper than a conventional prosthesis.
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3-D Printer Car Debuts at Detroit Auto Show

3-D Printer Car Debuts at Detroit Auto Show

AP (Jan. 12, 2015) — A 3-D printed car could be in your driveway sooner than you think. Phoenix-based Local Motors debuted it at the Detroit auto show and plans to sell a 3-D printed car called the Strati later this year. (Jan. 12) Video provided by AP
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5-Year-Old Boy Gets Robotic Hand Made With 3D Printer

5-Year-Old Boy Gets Robotic Hand Made With 3D Printer

Newsy (Feb. 6, 2013) — A boy with no fingers on his right hand can pick up objects and carry things around. 3D printed robotic hands can save people thousands of dollars.
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Robot Chef Serves Up the Future of Home Cooking

Robot Chef Serves Up the Future of Home Cooking

Reuters - Innovations Video Online (Apr. 14, 2015) — London-based Moley Robotics demonstrate their 'robot chef' that uses two complex, fully articulated robotic hands to prepare meals with all the flair of a master chef. The precise movements of a human chef preparing a meal are first motion-captured, before being turned into commands that direct the state-of-the-art robotic hands. Joel Flynn reports. Video provided by Reuters
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