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IKEA Becomes More Accessible

The Israeli Ikea is working with a local nonprofit to create add-on to help disabled people improve the furnitures functionality, reports the Washington Post. Israeli ThisAbles uses 3D printing technology to create add ons to make the furnishings more accessible.

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