A few weeks ago, MakerBot TV producer Annelise brought you the amazing story of the Robohand, a mechanical hand designed for those who have lost or were born without fingers. As the Robohand’s fame has spread all around the world, people have been emailing its creators, Rich and Ivan, volunteering their time and their MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer to make Robohands for those in need. Rich was bombarded with requests for hands, but his reach was limited to his native South Africa. Now one volunteer, Jon Schull, has created the “Helping Hands Database,” an interactive map that allows MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer owners to volunteer. Submissions have been coming in from France, Australia, Germany, Spain, New Zealand, and from all over the United States. You can print your own Robohand by downloading the design off of Thingiverse.