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Disabled Dog Gets 3D Printed Wheelchair

August 19, 2014

An adorable 6 month old Chihuahua named Turboroo was born without two front legs. The adorable pup was adopted by a tech at a Veterinarian’s office named Ashley Looper. Ashley set up a fundraising campaign to help raise money for Turboroo. 

 

Mark Deadrich, the president of a 3D printing company called 3dyn heard about Turboroo's situation and designed a specialized 3D wheelchair just for the dog. 

 

Now that Turbo is allowed to move and play to his heart's content, Ashley is training him to be a service/educator dog so he can inspire children with disabilities. 

 

This story is more evidence to prove that technology and 3D printing can really can and is making a difference in the world today. Turboroo's story is also inspiring to young kids who maybe also rely on prosthetics or a wheelchair. 

 

 

 

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