Adam White, who lost part of his leg in a motorcycle accident in 2013, launched a Kickstarter campaign earlier this year to purchase a 3D printer, which he intended to use to print custom prosthetic covers, or fairings, for himself and other amputees in his community. The campaign fell short of its funding goal, but White, not to be deterred, revised his plan and is now launching a new campaign. This time, he is attempting to raise a smaller amount of money to purchase, rather than print, fairings for military veterans who have lost limbs. He hopes to be able to give away prosthetic covers free of charge to at least ten veterans. Check out more at