The Guardian: ‘How a 3D printer gave a teenage bomb victim a new arm – and a reason to live’

The article can be found here, I feel it highlights the importance of this up-and-coming technology to both developed and developing countries. To produce a working prosthesis for £60, which is completely editable, and easily replaced or modified, shows a potential direction for the next developments in social and economical advancement, alongside technology. Could we perhaps see charities getting behind this sort of technological application? What could be the next development, and are there even any restrictions in what could be produced for good or evil?


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