Colin Pischke, the owner and operator of Print Your Mind 3D, not only runs his 3D printer and 3D printing services business but is also a tireless leader in the local 3D printing community. He’s a proud member of the Calgary 3D Printing Club, the Calgary 3D Hubs mayor and also regularly visits local schools to get students and their teachers excited about 3D printing technology. He’s teamed up with local educator Aaron Dublenko to throw a live 3D printing event to 3D print and assemble a minimum of 30 e-NABLE hands that will be donated to needy people in poor countries. With each hand costing about $100 for materials and hardware, they have launched a GoFundMe looking to raise the $3000 needed to help finance the event. Check out more details at