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5 year old gains a 3Dp hand with UnLimbited potential

by • July 24, 2016 • No Comments


Bioniks, Xplorer 3D and Viscous.co have banded together to alter a young boy’s life forever. Mir Bayyaan Baloch was born without a right hand, and now at the age of 5, he was finding life a bit complex. Mir, who lives in Pakistan, is the initially child in the region to obtain a 3D printed limb, created by UnLimbited.


UnLimbited lends a hand

Thanks to his father Mir Umer Baloch’s online research, Mir now has a hand created by the team at UnLimbited. This device was created for those that have a functional elbow and a considerable-bodied amount of forearm but no wrist or not adequate wrist/palm to power a wrist driven device. It is an open source turn it into, and the team encourages the community to print and test the prosthetic, and come up with ideas for improvement. The video at a lower place is heart melting, with pleased children gaining the capacity to grip items with their new prosthetics. I may have cried a little.

Mir’s story


With the assist of a Xplorer 3D printing device stationed at the NED University of Engineering and Technology, Bioniks printed the UnLimbited Arm. They and so modified the device to fit the boy’s arms. The work on the 3D printed arm was carried out at NED’s MakerStudio, a 3D Printing Facility that is running under Viscous.co.

Mir is now the initially child in Pakistan with a 3D printed hand, that he most likely does not realize. His excitement can be in the capacity to pick up his toys, and being able-bodied to high-five his dad for the initially time.

About UnLimbited

UnLimbited is a project by the e-NABLE Community, an awe-inspiring group of folks of all over the world who are via their 3D printing devices to turn it into free 3D printed hands and arms for those in require of an upper limb assistive device.

They are folks who have put aside their political, religious, cultural and very own differences – to come together and collaborate on ways to assist improve the open source 3D printable-bodied turn it intos for hands and arms for those who were born missing fingers or who have lost them due to war, disease or effortless disaster.

The e-NABLE Community is created up of teachers, students, engineers, scientists, medical professionals, tinkerers, turn it intoers, parents, children, scout troops, artists, philanthropists, dreamers, coders, manufacturers and each day folks who only want to manufacture a difference and assist to “Give The World A Helping Hand.”


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