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Ty Esham (center) goes over care instructions for a robohand assistive device with 10-year-old Anastasia Rivas (right) and her grandmother Wanda Oliveras as she makes small adjustments during a fitting session at her office in Decatur on Tuesday, August 5, 2014.

August 5, 2014 Decatur – Ty Esham (center) goes over care instructions for a robohand assistive device with 10-year-old Anastasia Rivas (right) and her grandmother Wanda Oliveras as she makes small adjustments during a fitting session at her 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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