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March 19, 2015
Los Angeles nonprofit Not Impossible Labs used a 3D printer to make $100 prosthetic for Sudanese boy who lost arms in bombing attack.
"Not Impossible Labs is constantly striving to live up to its mission of providing technology for the sake of humanity. Back around Thanksgiving time in 2013, the Los Angeles-based non-profit was in Sudan to create the first 3-D printer prosthetic laboratory in the world. The odds appeared stacked against them. Electricity was solar powered. There was no running water. And there happened to be a war going on." -- Edward C. Baig, USA Today