Artash and Arushi teamed up with Grade 5 students from Jackman Avenue Junior Public School and Jarvis Cohandathon-thestarllegiate high school students for the Canada’s first-ever “handathon” to assemble prosthetic hands that will be sent to children who need them.

The event took place on 5 December 2015 and was organised by E-Nable – a nonprofit organization based in the United States that 3D-prints prosthetic hands, and the Toronto Reference Library.

Source: http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2015/12/18/students-build-prosthetics-hands-with-help-of-3d-printer.html

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