An artificial hand—at least one approved by the federal government—costs as much as $50,000 or more. But among the millions of children around the world who need a hand, very few have parents who can afford to buy one. Fortunately, a research scientist has discovered that artificial hands created by 3-D printing can be produced for as little $50. And he has found a clever way to get around government regulations: He gives them away.

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