A BOY born with one arm has had a new prosthetic limb made by his teacher for just £30.
Lewis McCaslin, 12, was given the limb by Daniel Grant, who made it look like his pupil’s favourite film character Iron Man.
Mr Grant sent measurements of Lewis’ right arm to charity Team UnLimbited.
It returned files to make the arm on the 3D printers at Bradfield School, Sheffield.
Lewis said: “I am so excited to be able to ride my bike in the summer and be like everybody else.”
His mum Nicki, 35, said: “He loves it. This has given him a real boost, it is definitely life-changing.”
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His new arm is lighter and lets him grip on to things as the fist closes when it is lifted.
Mum Nicki, 35, says Lewis is looking forward to playing ball with his brothers Joshua, 15, Connor, 11 and Jamie, ten.
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