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by: Penn Collins On  Thursday, April 23, 2015

First Pitch Iron Man Prosthetic

If you need more evidence of how cool and important 3D printers are, check out this heartwarming story. A kid by the name of Jack Carder in Ohio was born with a right thumb, but no other right fingers. So students at Sienna College used a 3D printer to make the 5 year-old an Iron Man prosthetic hand.

It only seems fitting that when a kid gets something as cool as an Iron Man prosthetic hand, he gets to show it off, so Jack Carder threw out the first pitch at a Columbus Clippers AAA game.

Here’s the clip:

Pretty cool stuff. And for more cool stuff, check out THIS video on him receiving the hand and a brief comment from a student on how this came together.

With the way 3D printing and prosthetics are going, you can expect to see Jack Carder on a mound, throwing heat in about 15 years.