It’s becoming obvious the 3D printers can change lives. Perhaps the most telling indicators are videos such as the one you’re about to view. Watch, as a young lady named Isabella unwraps her colorful 3D-printed arm brought to her by Stephen Davies, the volunteer who built and delivered the arm on behalf of Team UnLimbited.
The joy in Isabella’s eyes is palpable. It’s amazing to see technology that was in its infancy even five years ago take off to such amazing heights. I post these things for a reason: Because although we pay a lot of lip service to changing the world in the theatre of entrepreneurship, a lot of people are actually doing it.
If you’d like to join in the cause of helping kids like Isabella, visit the E-Nable site and get more information about Enablecon 2015. The effort aims to create 1,000 hands for needy kids, and they can use all the help they can get. Any effort is worth it, when you see a smile like this: