Ex-teacher Sujana Mohd Rejab hands out 3D printed prosthetic limbs

  • People
  • Sunday, 12 Apr 2015

Sujana Mohd Rejab creates 3D printed prosthetic devices for the limbless community.

Thanks to 3D printed prosthetics, people lacking limbs can now gain greater independence.

Some of us wouldn’t bat an eyelid to do simple tasks such as eating, switching on the TV or flipping through a book. Now imagine being born without fingers and having to rely solely on one hand (or none) to tie your shoelaces, button your shirt or quell that pesky itch by scratching. Sounds daunting, doesn’t it?

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