Boy Scout Vishakk Rajendran and the rest of Troop 100 from Tucson, Arizona, is participating in a cool service project: using a 3-D printer to create parts for prosthetic hands, then assembling them for those in need.
“I’m just totally amazed,” Vishakk’s Scoutmaster told local news station KVOA. “At my point in life, this is just truly remarkable and you look at what this may do for the world. It’s quite a project.”
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