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Auburn industrial design students are developing 3D-printed prostheses for Shanan LeFeat and other amputees to help them enjoy past activities again. | by Auburn University
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Auburn industrial design students are developing 3D-printed prostheses for Shanan LeFeat and other amputees to help them enjoy past activities again.

Auburn industrial design students are developing 3D-printed prostheses for Shanan LeFeat and other amputees to help them enjoy past activities again. LeFeat is learning how to use the cello’s finger board with her right hand, and to move the new prosthetic arm and the bow with her body. Her student team consists of, from left, Abby Hinson, Hannah Conrad and Leigh Anne Alfano. (Photo by Melissa Humble)

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Uploaded on August 31, 2016