#Star50: Star Golden Hearts Award winner is changing lives with 3D-printed prosthetics

Sujana in the process of creating a 3D-printed prosthetics. Photo: Filepic

3D prosthetics maker Sujana Mohd Rejab, 53, hasn’t been resting on his laurels since emerging as one of the 10 winners of the Star Golden Hearts Award in 2019.

Since March last year, the Taiping-based Sujana, better known as Pak Su, has been using his 3D printing machine to produce over 15,000 face shields for frontliners facing the Covid-19 pandemic.

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