SAN FRANCISCO - First grader Joshua Shanks, who was born without a hand, received a prosthetic hand made by fifth graders using a 3D printer.
The fascinating world of 3D printers is becoming more accessible. 7 On Your Side's Michael Finney takes a look at this emerging trend.
To see various objects you can print for free using a 3D printer, check out: Thingiverse, , MyMiniFactory, and YouMagine.
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