Putting a huge smile on the kids faces

PETALING JAYA: A few years ago, a former teacher consulted the “University of Google” and “Professors of YouTube” to learn how to build a 3D printer from scratch.

Eventually in 2015, Sujana Mohd Rejab, or better known as Pak Su, created his very first 3D printed arm for a disabled child.

He has not looked back since. He has now created 3D printed arms for more than 50 children with disabilities from all over the world.“My objective is to put a smile on their face. This happiness cannot be bought. Just like how a clown’s job is to make children happy at parties, that is my objective.

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