By Lucy Laing For The Daily Mail
Published: 00:24 GMT, 1 January 2019 | Updated: 01:35 GMT, 1 January 2019
He may have been born without a left hand, but Jamie Miller has never struggled to adapt.
By the age of three he was riding his bike without stabilisers – and as he grew up he found he could play his PlayStation with one hand better than most could with two.
These days, however, he is in a league of his own after his father invested in a 3D printer and learnt how to make him limbs.
To date, Callum Miller has made Jamie, ten, an astonishing nine printed arms, including one from golden plastic and another with flashing LED lights.
To date, Callum Miller has made Jamie, ten, an astonishing nine printed arms
Jamie, who has a sister Molly, 14, said: ‘I feel like a superhero. I would like to learn how to make them like my dad, so that I can help other people.’
Mr Miller, who lives in Stockton-on-Tees, near Middlesbrough, said: ‘He’s never made an issue out of the fact that he only has one arm – he just gets on with life.’
Jamie’s family did not discover he did not have a left hand until after