Guillermo, 24, works as a toy developer, and in his spare time he has a goal for himself: Change the world. This Spanish engineer made a trip to Kenya where he delivered 3D printed arms free of charge to people from the Rift Valley, and in a few months has expanded its distribution worldwide. "Helping is too easy to not doing it". With this phrase, Guillermo defines his Ayudame3D project, an initiative that consists on the manufacture of articulated devices that allow people to grab and hold objects, and that he sends to people without resources from anywhere in the world.
More info: ayudame3d.org
2018-09-27 45 minutos
Young people changing the world: low cost digital manufacturing to solve global problems
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