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The Atlas Arm is a completely 3D printed prosthetic arm and hand. It's controlled by the amputee's remaining forearm muscles. Traditional prosthetics of this kind cost $20,000 to $100,000, but the Atlas Arm costs less than $300 to produce.

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Stephen Hawes

Stephen is a senior at UConn studying Mechanical Engineering. He's currently working on making the Atlas Arm available to amputees across the United States.