WATCH: The Moment This Little Girl Received Her 3-D Printed Arm Was Pure MAGIC

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Isabella, 8, didn’t quite know what to expect when she opened a box containing her very own 3D-printed arm. She soon discovered a colorful gadget that would supposedly allow for her to grip objects.

The device was developed by Stephen Davies (who shared the video) and provided by e-NABLE, an organization that is hard at work developing prosthetic limbs for those in need.

As you’ll quickly figure out in the video, Isabella was able to learn how to use her new limb. Plus, she couldn’t help but love its color-scheme. “It’s amazing and I love the colors,” she shared with enthusiasm.

This video serves as proof that the 3D printing revolution is making a massive positive difference in the world.

We hope you enjoy!

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