Students Build Robotic Hand for Fingerless Girl

Students at a Pennsylvania high school used a 3-D printer to change Harmony Taylor's life.
3:00 | 12/20/13

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-- high tech Christmas present that means the world to a four year old girl in Michigan. Harmony Taylor lives in cedar springs she was born without fingers on her right hand. Enter a robotics team at a local high school they engineered and built her -- using -- screws and a 380 printer harmonies mom is singing their praises. Where -- very excited and she and never had fingers and her right hand so that's it's going to be a whole new experience for us. And be able to. Catch a ball throw up. Actually -- things. And that's a wonderful Christmas present. Harmony it actually outgrown an earlier prosthetic device and her insurance company would not cover anyone.

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