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3D Printed Prosthetic - The Victoria Hand

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Hey Everyone,

Just thought I would take some time to share with you a newly designed 3d Printed prosthetic that our University has been working on. The prosthetic is called Victoria, after where it is being developed. The prosthetic will eventually be released as an open source hand available for people to modify as they see fit.

Its still being developed, but we feel we have it in a state for now where we can start demonstrating it and seeing what people think.

Hope you like it!

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