Congresswoman Louis Slaughter visit to Interlock centered around the idea that a small group of people can make an impact and rediscover the future. I may be embellishing a little but I do think there was a sense that even if we did not always agree that the conversation is always worth having. The 3D printers were a big hit as they usually are and Skip was on hand to demonstrate a few of his “little” projects.
Here Skip shows how the 3D printed prosthetic hand works to the Congressman. The hands are being made for e-NABLE an organization networking volunteers using 3D printers to make and give hands to children. http://enablingthefuture.org/about/