A Bionic Hand Made From Keurig Parts Is As Weird As You’d Expect

Meet Hedberg, a bionic hand crafted from parts of a Keurig coffee machine. He took almost 200 hours to make, which is a lot — but look! He can clutch a glass cup. And at least now we know what to do with those things now that they’ve been widely exposed as the uncool, environmentally unfriendly makers of mediocre coffee that they truly are. Wonder what we can make out of those soda machines

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A Bionic Hand Made From Keurig Parts