Burger King Announces New Charitable 3D Printing Program

Burger King

Every day there are more companies that join the creation of a series of programs for charitable purposes, this time it was the company itself. Burger King, well-known fast food chain, which has just announced a new initiative in which they will make prostheses for people making use of 3D printing technologies.

To carry out this project, Burger King has announced the collaboration in this project of atomic lab, an Argentine organization that for quite some time has been dedicated to the manufacture of robotic hands and arms manufactured by 3D printing completely free of charge for all those who need it.

Burger King joins the work of Atomic Lab to manufacture robotic arms and hands by 3D printing for all the people who need it

It is especially striking that this nice initiative has been presented through a peculiar video where certain people are shown and how they face their day to day with just one arm. In the video you can see how these people receive their new mechanical arm with which they can begin to perform activities such as sports, dancing, cooking ...

many more companies need to be interested in this type of project and above all that they invest in them, an action that perhaps for a company may involve an economic outlay not so high but with which, as is the case, many people can take advantage of because, literally, they cannot acquire a robotic prosthesis for your arm or hand because they do not have the money since, if this type of prosthesis is characterized by something, it is directly because of its high price.

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