3D printing is making life better in Sudan, one limb at a time

All Sites A hospital in the war-torn Nuba mountains region of southern Sudan is probably the last place you would expect to find a 3D-printing lab for prosthetic devices and an associated training facility. There is little infrastructure, no running water, and electricity is a luxury. But thanks to the Not Impossible foundation based in Venice, CA, the lab is up and running, and has already transformed the life of 16-year-old Daniel, whose arms were blown off when he was 14. read more

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3D printing is making life better in Sudan, one limb at a time

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