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A boy from Northamptonshire who was born without a left hand is having a prosthetic limb made for him using a 3D printer.
William Joyner, who's eight and from Paulerspury, is currently trying out prototypes developed by experts at the University of Bedfordshire.
William and the team want to make sure it's the perfect fit and the perfect colour- before he receives the new hand in around six months time.
"So you bend your wrist and the fingers close up and then when you open your wrist the fingers open out again. It feels really weird because I can pick up pens and draw pictures... when I'm doing it it's really amazing."
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An eight year old boy, who was born without a left hand, is having a prosthetic limb made by a 3D printer.
Experts at the University of Bedfordshire are designing William Joyner's new hand so it can grip through his arm movements.
William and his family from Paulerspury in Northamptonshire, say it will help make everyday tasks more easier.
The project, funded by the University, has been carried out at the Luton campus by staff utilising 3D printers.
"It's been really interesting seeing how it's developed from the plans that were original, they were really big and clunky and not as refined as this and it has been really surprising how well it has gone and the look on William's face when he's been able to pick things up."
Services are getting back to normal after lightning struck the maternity unit of Ipswich Hospital last night.
Hospital chief executive Nick Hulme tweeted that a "massive clap of thunder and lightning has struck the building".
Massive clap of thunder and lightning has struck the building! All safe but may have a bit of disruption for a while
No one was hurt, but it caused disruption and affected electrics in the hospital.
Staff had to use telephones and radios to communicate because the bleeper system stopped working.
The hospital says its back up contingency plans worked well.