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How 3D Printing helps Hand-Disabled Kids | Gene Zhang | TEDxZhujiangNewTown
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Added Jul 25, 2016
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Gene is the first one to adopt 3D printing technology for Chinese kids who suffered from hand disability. His dream is to let every kids suffering hand disability but cannot afford expensive artificial limb equipped with low-cost 3D printing ones.

Gene was a former member of AIESEC, mainland China and one of the 50 who joined the “2041 Antarctic Expedition” initiated by Robert Swan, a famous British adventurer. Also he advocates the decentralization of social campaign. To popularize technologies, he started a business in 3D prosthetics printing, as a vigorous effort to offer affordable and convenient services to the physically challenged.

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