3D Printing for Differently Abled Individuals – Life Changed Due to 3D Printing

3D Printing for Differently Abled Individuals – Life Changed Due to 3D Printing

On July 2014, 120 people gathered in Nazareth for 72 hours to design and develop together solutions for people with special needs. It was the first ever TOM: Tikkun Olam Makeathon.

Tikkun Olam means “Fixing the World”, and we wanted to show that people brought together with the right surroundings can do a lot to bring the world forward, a small step at a time. 3D Printing can greatly aid in helping those with different abilities, from custom shoes, handles, prosthetics and bioprinting.

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