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MAUI, Hawaii — A little boy named Rayden Kahae was born without fingers on his right hand, but now he has the hand of a superhero.

According to KHON, the three-year-old, who goes by the nickname Bubba, was born with Amniotic Band Syndrome (ABS).

He always thrived despite the condition. But when his family learned about 3D printing technology, he decided he wanted the hand of Ironman.

It arrived in the mail last week. He’s seen on video using it for the first time. The first thing he does with his new hand is hold his other hand.

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