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3D printing: A disability revolution?

Having a disability can be expensive - from buying parts for a mobility scooter to finding the right piece of equipment that fits a certain need.

But what if a disabled person could make their own bespoke gadgets without the huge costs?

The BBC's disability news correspondent Nikki Fox has been to see how 3D printing could potentially revolutionise the lives of disabled people.

  • 04 Aug 2015
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