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Published on Aug 17, 2015
Rochester, N.Y. - For the last five weeks, the hum of a 3D printer has been the soundtrack of summer for students at the Vertus Charter School. It was also the soundtrack for about a dozen freshmen who were making prosthetic hands. "It's not something many kids can say," freshman Antonio Rucinski said. "I built prosthetic hands, I can work a 3D printer. I've changed someone's life." The students knew the hands they made might fit a child somewhere in the world. The work they were doing at this year-round charter school was being supervised through AT