When e-NABLE started really picking up steam in January of 2014 – we had about 300 volunteers who had joined our Google+ community and about 75 volunteers on our map who had signed up to help 3D print a hand for a child in need. e-NABLE has now grown into a world wide movement of nearly 5000 tinkerers, […]

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Changing the World through Tech: e-NABLE is celebrated in this year’s Nominet Trust 100! Annual Nominet Trust 100 (NT100) list of inspiring digital social innovations highlights impact of global ‘tech for good’ market Technology’s transformative power is driving social change around the world e-NABLE is a global online community of 3000 individuals (and growing daily!)  who […]

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Our online global community of e-NABLE volunteers is growing and spreading to countries where the need for low cost devices are the greatest. Some of our members are currently running a booth at the Maker’s Block Event at Suntec City Mall in Singapore where they are sharing the designs and the heart of the stories […]

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If you ever wonder what goes on in the e-NABLE Google+ Research and Development community, how we go from sharing an idea to a completed design prototype in less than 2 weeks and why our devices are created for free to those that need them and do not cost thousands of dollars to produce….read on. […]

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Please click on the photo above to be directed to a video of the funniest 7 year old e-NABLE hand recipient to date! This is the kind of story that we hope to see more and more of. Meet Frankie, a 7 year old little boy in Massachusetts who was born with no fingers on his […]

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“Occasionally in life there are those moments of unutterable fulfillment which cannot be completely explained by those symbols called words. Their meanings can only be articulated by the inaudible language of the heart.” – Martin Luther King Every week or so, we at e-NABLE get a few photos or video shared with us from parents […]

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“Many small people, in many small places, do many small things…that can alter the face of the World.” – Anonymous Make Magazine visited our e-NABLE booth at Maker Faire in May and asked Andreas Bastian to tell them a little bit about e-NABLE and what we do. Please click on the image above to watch the video […]

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