Lily Larimer is eight. She signs her name on a drawing using a 3-D printed hand at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine in Greenville. (AP)
Lily holds Nemo, a stuffed animal. Lily was born with a right hand that was not fully formed. (AP)
The new hand for Lily was 3-D printed and decorated with a Nemo character. (AP)
Mark Larimer and daughter Lily watch as the 3-D printer lays down a layer that will eventually become her artificial hand. (AP)
Lily Larimer poses for a picture with medical students. (AP)
Lily is eight. She was born with one hand. Now she has two!
Medical students made the new hand. They printed it on a 3-D printer. Lily calls it her “robot hand.”