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Dad makes son bionic arms using 3D printer

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A FATHER has built bionic arms complete with nine bionic hands for his son, complete with flashing flights, after an 18-month hospital wait for a prosthetic arm proved too long.

Callum Scott printed and designed a set of nine different hands for his 11-year-old son, Jamie, who was born without a hand, using online guides on YouTube. Using a 3D printer and seeking advice from online forums, the father built the arms from scratch in various designs - including one with a Batman logo.

Read more about this story on the Express website.

Have you ever built or created something that aided you? A 3D printed arm is pretty awesome, but do you have any life hacks or hints and tips that you have come up with to improve your life? Let us know.
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