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From Jon Shull – Creator of the E-nable group: This past summer, after a South African carpenter open-published a design for a 3D printable “robohand”, I created a Google+ community to help 3D printing enthusiasts “develop a distributed pay-it-forward network for design, customization, and fabrication of 3D-printed prosthetics”. Every day brings another inspirational story or […]

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  After the original story of the 3d printed design came out and was swept up by the media – a father saw the story and video online and decided he would try making one for his own son who was also born without any fingers on his hand. Working with the E-nable group and […]

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An Update from Peregrine about his Talon Hand. “So I’ve had this hand for quite a while now. When I started using the 1.0, I was shakily carrying someone a full glass bottle I had maneuvered and placed with my right hand. Many tasks were awkward, and I had to take it off for more […]

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Sometimes it is necessary to have a casting of a hand created to send to an E-Nable volunteer or for someone that needs to have easier access to a child’s hand that they are trying to create a device for. Here are some basic instructions for those of you that may not have access to […]

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