A student research team at Penn State University's Humanitarian Engineering and Social Enterepreneurship Program developed a specialized 3D Printer, known as Kijenzi, that can easily be folded and transported in a backpack or duffel bag. The printer itself is used to printed medical devices in developing countries where basic medical supplies, such as simple tweezers, are hard to come by. By having access to 3D printers, these medical facilities are able to produce their own supplies in a quick and cost effective manner, possibly saving countless lives. Learn more about the Kijenzi foldable 3D printer at Penn State University.