3D-printed Iron Man bionic arm for disabled children
The limb was created by Limbitless Solutions, a non-profit organization formed by a group of engineering students from the University of Central Florida.
Each limb costs the team around $350, and they are made using donations and money they saved by sacrificing coffee. The limbs are printed in the university's lab -- and takes them approximately 30 to 50 hours to make.
The first kid who received the Iron Man-inspired arm is Alex. Alex even got to chitchat with Tony Stark a.k.a. Robert Downey Jr. when he was presented his new arm, and you can watch their meeting in the video below.https://youtu.be/oEx5lmbCKtY
If you want to support the team and have them print out more cool arms for kids, you can donate via PayPal through their website.http://www.3dhope.com/