Prosthesis nonprofit LimbForge was committed to exhibiting 150 Raptor Reloaded prosthetic hands designed by volunteers for the Autodesk University Convention. As the deadline approached it became clear that 3D printing prosthetic components at high volumes would be a difficult and time-consuming feat. That’s when Voodoo stepped in to help, putting enough 3D printers on the job to get all 150 hands made and assembled in under five days. With their manufacturing taken care of for the event LimbForge was free to focus on what mattered most for their organization.

“We are fortunate to have Voodoo join our community and delighted to have them become a consistent provider of E-Nable hands. A manufacturing partner with their capacity is a huge advance for us.”

— Jon Schull, President of E-Nable Community Foundation

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