Middle school students create new hand

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Eight-year-old, Dustin, was all smiles as he went to try on his new hand created by students at William J Attea Middle School. He was born with a rare condition with only one thumb and no digits on one of his hands. The students decided to create a new hand with 3D printer technology that gave Dustin the ability to pick things up.

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