Lots of new events have been coming to Catylator since the start of the New Year, and one of our favorite is Girl Scout groups coming to learn about 3D printing. It gets better, because, like everything here at Catylator, learning means doing. The Girl Scout groups have been combining their learning and doing with helping others, too, as they have been working on making 3D printed prosthetic hands we can send to the e-NABLE charity. These hands are not easy to make, in fact they require a lot of tricky, hard work to print, assemble, then tune up so they can work properly. Tackling this challenge helps develop skills in planning, cooperation, collaboration and patience, and its been great to see how the young ladies have worked so hard to help others.
We have so much more to do! We have some hands that still need to be finished before we can send them off, so we need more groups to come and lend us a hand, so we can make all these helping hands get to where they need to be: helping kids who need them.
Please give me a call: 301-588-8833 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a group who is interested in helping!