Guillermo Martínez bringing 3D prosthetics to third world countries free of charge

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“I learnt how to build robots by watching YouTube tutorials and at university, but the turning point was when I started building parts to assemble bigger things,” he told Business Insider.

“One day I found the prototype for a one-hand prosthesis on the Internet, and I started putting it together in ways that made me laugh – with the thumb up, twisted round, giving the middle finger,” he says. And those little inside jokes were just the beginning. -IndiaTimes

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