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  • OTHS grad uses 3-D printer to craft prosthetics for kids — free of charge

    O'Fallon Township High School graduate Valerie Levine, a current student at the University of Alabama, started the Alabama Prosthetic Project in the summer of 2016, which uses 3-D printers to craft artificial limbs for kids in need — free of charge.

OTHS grad uses 3-D printer to craft prosthetics for kids — free of charge

O'Fallon Township High School graduate Valerie Levine, a current student at the University of Alabama, started the Alabama Prosthetic Project in the summer of 2016, which uses 3-D printers to craft artificial limbs for kids in need — free of charge.
Provided by The Alabama Prosthetic Project