Hand-A-Thon: an engineering workshop

On Saturday, December 10, Trinity Hall hosted a group of 70 girls, ranging from 7th through 12th grade, who collaborated to build and donate ten prosthetic hand devices for children using pieces printed on our school’s 3D printers. The event was led by Trinity Hall senior Holly Koerwer and included 15 more Trinity Hall students who served as “build leaders” for small groups of 7th and 8th grade girls. The hand devices will be donated to E-Nable, an online global community collaborating to make free 3D-printed prosthetic hands available to all who need them. Congratulations and thank you to all of the students who participated in the workshop! To see the impact this event will have, go to https://ultimaker.com/en/stories/17028-meet-luke-and-his-3d-printed-e-nable-hand.

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