This father printed a 3D Bionic Arm for his infant son
When Ben Ryan’s son Sol was born, an injury during delivery led to a blood clot in his arm—and at the age of 10 days, the arm had to be amputated. After Sol left the hospital, the new parents learned that he couldn’t get a prosthetic until he was a year old, and he probably couldn’t get one that would let him grab or hold anything until he was three.
Ryan decided to find a better solution, realizing that if infants could use a prosthetic at an earlier age, they might be more likely to keep using it as a toddler.
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