Meet Sam Hoyt, a 14-year-old at the West Tisbury School in Massachusetts. Sam is an amputee with an interest in prosthetics. Using open source prosthetic limb designs that he found online, he 3D prints hands and arms for those in need. Not only does this highlight many pillars of being a Maker: problem solving, prototyping, and using technology, but it also highlights pillars of humanity: friendship, family, community, and determination. We are excited to invite Sam back to the 2018 Boston Mini Maker Faire! Check out this 4-minute documentary (below) on how Sam created his own myoelectric prosthetic arm using a 3D printer and other inexpensive supplies.