Can’t say I’m not a fan. It’s pretty nifty. Just discovered the various templates on my PC. Still want to keep my customized keyboard, so I’ll stick to my Word for course notes. Not sure what I’ll use the OneNote for… maybe org notes, or the like.
Haha, this is awesome. Saw it done a year ago on YouTube.
Around the world, there are people who have lost all or part of their hand, or were born without one. There are also people and institutions with 3D printers. Pair the two, and you can print a custom mechanical hand for $20-150 — thousands less than the typical prosthetic.
e-NABLE, which functions through a website, Facebook page and Google+ page, stepped up to connect the two after site founder Jon Schull came across work by American prop maker Ivan Owen, who made a metal mechanical hand for South African carpenter Richard Van As. Van As had lost four of his fingers in a carpentry accident.
Owen was then contacted by a mother whose 5-year-old son needed a hand. He again made a metal hand for the boy. But then he turned to 3D printing. MakerBot gave both Owen and Van As a 3D printer.
The pair developed…
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And, yet another reason why I love the US. We can actually change the way out government functions. Long live old glory!
And, Ads, one of the main reasons I rarely check Facebook. Uhh, I long for days where society focuses less on money, and more on each other.
Google for President!
Definitely need this restored.