NEIT, Rocky Hill collaborate to create 3-D printed prosthetic hands

ROCKY HILL School freshman Willa Geoghegan of Providence and sophomore John Bergstrom of Portsmouth assemble a 3D-printed hand with New England Institute of Technology Rotaract Club student Arlington Forbes. / COURTESY TREVOR HOLDEN PHOTOGRAPHY
ROCKY HILL School freshman Willa Geoghegan of Providence and sophomore John Bergstrom of Portsmouth assemble a 3D-printed hand with New England Institute of Technology Rotaract Club student Arlington Forbes. / COURTESY TREVOR HOLDEN PHOTOGRAPHY
EAST GREENWICH – Thanks to efforts of Rocky Hill School’s Interact Club and the New England Institute of Technology’s Rotaract Club, amputee children in need will receive 3-D printed prosthetic hands. The community service clubs came together on Jan. 12 to assemble 15 3-D printed prosthetic hands, which will be given to the Enable Community…

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