A 3-D printed arm enables a young violinist to keep playing

When you love to play violin but don’t have an arm, you get one built for you. Isabella was born without a left hand and only a partial bone from her elbow to wrist.

“I’ve always had perseverance in myself, and giving up has just never been a thought in my head,” said 10-year-old Isabella Cabrera.

This aspiring violinist didn’t give up, and her teacher got an arm designed by George Mason University engineering students.

The arm is especially useful for holding a violin bow and helping a young musician achieve her dreams.

 
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