Form an e-NABLE Chapter or working group, and claim the appropriate badges below!

 


To Request a Badge:

To request a badge, do the following:

  1. Browse through the badges below to find the one you’re looking for
  2. Copy the badge title to your clipboard (or make a note of the exact badge name)
  3. Fill out the badge request form, pasting the badge name into the “Badge being requested” field
  4. Provide links to relevant evidence within the device request form (for device-specific badges, this would be a link to a video and/or photos of your device)
  5. Watch for emails from the e-NABLE Badging team (they may need more information or evidence)

In most cases, you’ll receive your badge within 2-4 days.


e-NABLE Community Chapter

Description: This badge is awarded to those that have created an e-NABLE Community Chapter in their local areas, schools, libraries, makerspaces, fab labs, businesses, universities, youth groups, scout troops and others – who are dedicated to using their 3D printers or donating their time and design skills to help create free or low cost assistive devices for those in need.

They have added themselves to the e-NABLE Chapters page on enablingthefuture.org so that other volunteers and recipient families can easily find them and get assistance in creating 3D printed assistive devices.

e-NABLE Chapter badge holders have created a Facebook page or website for their Chapter and are actively participating in this global maker movement!

Evidence Required:
1. Create a test hand and earn the “3D Printed e-NABLE Test Hand Approved” badge.
2. Provide a link to your Facebook page or website for your chapter.
3. Provide a link to a screenshot to show that your chapter is listed on the e-NABLE Chapters page on enablingthefuture.org

e-NABLE Chapter Lead

Description: This badge is awarded to those e-NABLE Volunteers who are leading their own e-NABLE Chapters in their local communities and mentoring other volunteers who join their chapters!

Evidence Required:
1. Link to your e-NABLE Facebook/website
2. Link to proof that you have listed your chapter on the e-NABLE Chapters page on enablingthefuture.org
3. Link to show hands created or activities being done as a chapter.
4. Link to proof that you have joined the Google+ Group

e-NABLE Makerspaces And Fablabs

Description: This badge is awarded to any makerspace, fablab, community center or local businesses that open their doors and offer access to their 3D printers to anyone in need of an e-NABLE Community designed 3D printed hand, arm or tool or offers classes to teach families and individuals how to use 3D printing software and printers to create current e-NABLE designs or their own creations!

Evidence Required:
1. Link to makerspace website or Facebook page
2. Link to screenshot showing your makerspace has been added to the e-NABLE Chapters map so that families, students and recipients can easily find and contact you for help in creating a 3D printed e-NABLE Device.
3. Links to evidence of your work as e-NABLE Volunteers

e-NABLE Community Makerspace/FabLab Leader

Description: This badge is awarded to e-NABLE Volunteers who are leaders at their local makerspace, fab lab or print lab.

Evidence Required:</strong
1. Earn the “Joined e-NABLE Google+ Community” badge
2. Earn the “Introduced Self in the e-NABLE Google+ Community” badge
3. Earn the “e-NABLE Volunteer” badge
4. Provide a link to your makerspace chapter page on Facebook or website
5. Provide a link to a screenshot of your chapter having been listed on the e-NABLE Chapters page on enablingthefuture.org
6. Provide proof to show that you are a leader at your chapter

e-NABLE Library Volunteer

Description: This badge is awarded to libraries that are open to the public and who are inviting families and makers to use their available 3D printers to create e-NABLE hands, arms and tools or holding workshops that will help teach how to use design software and 3D printing to create their own e-NABLE assistive devices for themselves, their children or local recipients.

Evidence Required: 1) Link to Facebook page or website that shows evidence that families and individuals can have access to library 3D printers to create their own 3D printed e-NABLE Devices, and 2) Screenshot showing your library has been added to the e-NABLE Chapters Map so that it can be easily found!

e-NABLE Community Library Lead

Description: This badge is given to e-NABLE Library Volunteers who lead their library chapters in events to engage their local communities and introduce them to the e-NABLE project as STEM based and community building events.

Evidence Required:
1. Earn the “Joined e-NABLE Google+ Community” badge
2. Earn the “Introduced Self in the e-NABLE Google+ Community” badge
3. Earn the “e-NABLE Volunteer” badge
4. Provide a link to your library chapter page on Facebook or website
5. Provide a link to a screenshot of your library chapter having been listed on the e-NABLE Chapters page
6. Provide proof to show that you are a leader at your library chapter

e-NABLE Community Scout Troop

Description: This badge is awarded to scout troops across the world who have helped create 3D printed hands and arms for those in need, helped assemble or print devices, put on hand-a-thons and build events, manned booths at Makerfaires, given presentations about 3D printed e-NABLE hands or who have held fund raisers to raise money to purchase materials to help create more hands!

Evidence Required:
1. Link to your leader’s “Joined e-NABLE Community” badge.
2. Images, video or link to your scout page that shows your work with e-NABLE.

e-NABLE Community Scout Volunteer

Description: This badge is awarded to any Scout who has volunteered with the e-NABLE Community to help aid them in creating free or low cost 3D printed assistive devices for those in need of a “Helping hand.”

Evidence Required:
1. Earn the “Joined e-NABLE Google+ Community” badge
2. Earn the “Introduced Self in the e-NABLE Google+ Community” badge
3. Earn the “e-NABLE Volunteer” badge
4. Provide images, videos, news articles etc that show proof of your participation as a scout

e-NABLE Community Scout Leader

Description: This badge is awarded to those who have joined the e-NABLE Community and are leading scout troop volunteers to help build 3D printable e-NABLE assistive devices, organizing hand build events, holding fund raisers, sharing abotu e-NABLE at events and teaching troops about 3D printing technology.

Evidence Required:
1. Earn the “Joined e-NABLE Google+ Community” badge
2. Earn the “Introduced Self in the e-NABLE Google+ Community” badge
3. Earn the “e-NABLE Volunteer” badge
4. Provide images, videos, news articles etc. that show proof of your participation as a Scout leader with the e-NABLE Project

e-NABLE Community Teacher

Description: This badge is awarded to teachers who have brought the e-NABLE Community project into their classrooms as STEM based learning activities, teaching their students how 3D printing technology can be used to change lives and who lead their students in learning how to print, assemble and design assistive devices for those in need.

Evidence Required:
1. Earn the “Joined e-NABLE Google+ Community” badge
2. Earn the “Introduced Self in the e-NABLE Google+ Community” badge
3. Earn the “e-NABLE Volunteer” badge
4. Provide images, videos, news articles etc. that show proof of your participation as a teacher leading students in e-NABLE related activities

e-NABLE Community Student Leader

Description: This badge is awarded to students in grades k-12 as well as higher educational institutions who are leading their classmates or student led e-NABLE Volunteer groups or chapters in growing the e-NABLE Community.

Evidence Required:
1. Earn the “Joined e-NABLE Google+ Community” badge
2. Earn the “Introduced Self in the e-NABLE Google+ Community” badge
3. Earn the “e-NABLE Volunteer” badge
4. Provide images, videos, news articles etc that show proof of your participation as a student leader

e-NABLE School Group

Description: This badge is awarded to school groups in k-12 or University level, who have created 3D printed e-NABLE Devices in their classrooms as STEM based learning projects, who have donated hands to recipients or to the e-NABLE Community to distribute where needed or who have participated in the design challenges on enablingthefuture.org to create other assistive devices!

Evidence Required:
1. Link to active Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or website for the school group that shows students actively creating 3D printed e-NABLE Devices in their classrooms or afterschool clubs.
2. Email address of teacher or lead for the group.