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Ty Esham (left) shows 10-year-old Anastasia Rivas (right) her new robohand assistive device as her aunt Mia Maldonado and grandmother Wanda Oliveras watch at Esham’s office in Decatur on Tuesday, August 5, 2014.

August 5, 2014 Decatur – Ty Esham (left) shows 10-year-old Anastasia Rivas (right) her new robohand assistive device as her aunt Mia Maldonado and grandmother Wanda Oliveras watch at Esham’s office in Decatur on Tuesday, August 5, 2014. Robohand USA is a small company, run by Esham, who uses a 3d printer to make artificial replacement hands, mainly for children. These are much less costly than traditional prosthetics, whicih can run tens of thousands of dollars. JONATHAN PHILLIPS / SPECIAL

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