UCF’s 3-D Printed Team and Winter the Dolphin Surprise 10-year-old

UCF’s 3-D Printed Team and Winter the Dolphin Surprise 10-year-old

UCF’s 3-D Printed Team and Winter the Dolphin Surprise 10-year-old

Annika “Anni” Emmert arrived from California this week expecting to pick up her 3-D printed arm made by University of Central Florida students. She had no idea the students had engineered an extra-special delivery.

The 10-year-old was born without her right hand and part of her arm. Anni thought she and her family were passing the time before coming to UCF for the pick-up with a day at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium home to Winter the dolphin and the inspiration for the Dolphin Tale movies.

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