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[ NEWS ] 3D Printed Prosthetics

FATHOM is pleased to share exciting coverage on the team’s work with Isabella, who received a 3D printed prosthetic hand as part of the e-NABLE project. Lexie Houghtaling at Eyewitness News KBAK recently spoke with Isabella’s mother, Cristina Ibarra, about the family’s experience working with FATHOM and e-NABLE.

This story on Isabella’s e-NABLE experience from a news channel in her hometown of Bakersfield, California is truly touching. FATHOM has a deep passion for using 3D printing to make the world a better place, and seeing others take interest in this endeavor continues to inspire the FATHOM team. View the video below to see KBAK’s piece on Isabella.