Autodesk, Enable Community Foundation (ECF) and Voodoo Manufacturing share the completion of the world’s first global hand-drive for manufacturing and assembling 3D printed assistive devices.
This initiative is a part of Autodesk’s Global Month of Impact, where 28 offices from around the world participated in putting together 750 prosthetic hands for children from around the world who are in need of upper-limb prosthetics.
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