Five-year-old Cameron Haight, from Charlotte in North Carolina, USA, designs and 3D prints assistive hands for children. Currently, he has made over 44 devices for children in the US, Canada and Japan. Cameron was born with amniotic band syndrome, a condition which caused webbing, deforming and amputations to his fingers and toes. To overcome problems caused by his limb difference, Cameron and his mother, Sarah, paired up to build him a working prosthetic hand. They started 3D printing in 2016 […]Read more
Questions at Inside 3D Printing Singapore: Can Additive Manufacturing Take Off in the Manufacturing Sector?
Singapore: The opening of Inside 3D Printing was met with an air of uncertainty. Early visitors queuing for entry blinked their eyes at the booths fronting them as if wondering whether there were any more at the back of the exhibition hall. Exhibitors were subdued and spoke almost in whispers. It was when they were comfortably ensconced in the conference room that things began to move. In the first movement, HP’s Mitchell Beness and his first spotlight was not on […]Read more