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Seven-Year-Old Gets a Clone Trooper Prosthetic Arm

by Conner Flynn

If you are a seven-year-old boy in need of a prosthetic limb, I can’t think of anything better than a Star Wars themed arm. E-Nable and John Peterson, along with the help of the 501st Legion recently gave a 3D-printed clone trooper prosthetic arm to young Liam Porter from Augusta, Georgia. He scored a cool helmet too.

E-Nable uses 3D printing to build low-cost prosthetic limbs for kids who are growing up too quickly to qualify for regular prosthetics. That is one happy kid right there. The folks from E-Nable, the 501st and everyone else who participated in this are some really great people.

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