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This is a privately owned website operated by Jen Owen, an e-NABLE Community Volunteer and wife of Ivan Owen. Ivan co-designed the first 3D printed hand for a young boy named Liam who was born missing fingers. Jen started this blog in January of 2013 and continually updates the website with new designs, tutorials, assembly instructions, resources and […]

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Over the past year an a half, the e-NABLE community has somehow managed to unite over 4000+ individuals and thinkers in over 30 countries who are putting aside their religious and political differences, views on gender roles and more – to work together on designs for free 3D printed assistive devices for children and adults with upper […]

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Last week, e-NABLE got our first official volunteer in China and not a few days later – our first recipient! After reading a story about e-NABLE on wechat (The Chinese version of Facebook) a mother of a young 3 year old boy in China, contacted her sister in Canada and asked her to translate our […]

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With Love – From Jen Owen Over the past few weeks we got to witness some amazing things. In just a little over a week, people from all over the world came together to donate their printer time and plastic to create over 200 complete hand kits in various sizes to then ship off to […]

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