These badges are for one-time activities related to the e-NABLE community. If you have completed one of these activities, claim your badge!

 


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.


Joined e-NABLE Google+ Community

Description: This badge is awarded to all of the e-NABLE Volunteers who have joined the e-NABLE Google+ Community!

Evidence Required: Link to show your membership

Introduced Self in the e-NABLE Google+ Community

Description: This badge is awarded to all of those who have joined the e-NABLE Community Google+ group and took the time to introduce themselves!

Evidence Required: Link to your post showing your introduction to the e-NABLE Google+ Community

3D Printed an e-NABLE Hand

Description: This badge is awarded to anyone that has used the e-NABLE Community based designs for 3D printed hands, arms or assistive tools to print out a device at home, in their classroom, their group setting, church group, library, scout troop etc.

Evidence Required:
1. Links to photos or videos of the e-NABLE device that you have 3D printed
2. Information about which 3D printer and materials were used to create the 3D printed e-NABLE Device

Assembled a 3D Printed e-NABLE Hand

Description: This badge is awarded to anyone that has assembled or helped to assemble a 3D printed e-NABLE hand or arm from start to finish, as a team, in an assembly line, at a hand-a-thon build event or other group activity.

Evidence Required: A link to photographic proof or a link to a website with images or news of the event you participated in where you helped to assemble a device.

3D Printed e-NABLE Test Hand Approved

Description: This badge is awarded to e-NABLE Volunteers who have joined the Google+ Community and who have completed 3D printing and assembling their e-NABLE Test hand device and have had it approved and critiqued by another e-NABLE Volunteer for quality assurance and to correct any issues that may be present, before creating a device for an end user and recipient.

Evidence Required:
1. Link(s) to photos and/or video of your test device
2. Information about which 3D printer and which material you used as well as which design you printed

Reported a Delivery of an e-NABLE Device to a Recipient

Description: This badge is awarded to those who report back after they have successfully delivered a 3D printed e-NABLE device to a recipient, created one for themselves or for someone they know.

Evidence Required: A link to your post about the device delivery (i.e. Google+, Facebook, Twitter, etc.) or a screenshot showing the device delivered in e-NABLE Web Central

Donated an e-NABLE Hand

Description: This badge is awarded to those who have printed or assembled a 3D printed e-NABLE hand design and donated it to a recipient or to the community to use for events and build-a-thons.

Evidence Required: Link to a photo, video or other documentation, showing your donation.

Donated an e-NABLE Arm

Description: This badge is awarded to those who have printed or assembled a 3D printed e-NABLE arm design and donated it to a recipient or to the community to use for events and build-a-thons.

Evidence Required: Link to images or videos or other documentation that shows your donation (unassembled kit or fully assembled device)

Donated 10 e-NABLE Hands

Description: This badge is awarded to those who have donated 10 e-NABLE Community designed hands or assistive tools to those in need of a 3d Printed hand.

Evidence Required: Link to photos, videos or other evidence showing your donation of 10 3D printed hands.

Donated 10 e-NABLE Arms

Description: This badge is awarded to those who have printed or assembled 10 3D printed e-NABLE arm designs and donated them to recipients or to the community to use for events and build-a-thons.

Evidence Required: Link to photos, videos or other evidence showing your donation of 10 3D printed arms.

Donated 20 e-NABLE Hands

Description: This badge is awarded to those who have donated 20 3D printed e-NABLE hands to those in need or provided 20 hand kits to the community for use in hand building events!

Evidence Required: Link to photos, videos or other evidence showing your donation of 20 3D printed hands.

Donated 20 e-NABLE Arms

Description: This badge is awarded to those who have reached a milestone of delivering or donating 20 3D printed e-NABLE arms!

Evidence Required: Links to photos to show your work and proof of 20 arms having been created/donated.

Donated 50 e-NABLE Hands

Description: This badge is awarded to those who have donated 50 3D printed e-NABLE hands, whether as unassembled hand kits or completed and fully assembled hands.

Evidence Required: Links to photos to show your work and proof of 20 arms having been created/donated.

Donated 50 e-NABLE Arms

Description: This badge is awarded to those e-NABLE Volunteers who have donated 50 e-NABLE Community designed arm devices, either completely assembled or as a kit!

Evidence Required: Links to images, videos or other documentation

Donated 100 e-NABLE Hands

Description: This badge is awarded to those who have donated 100 3D printed e-NABLE hands as unassembled kits or fully assembled devices.

Evidence Required: Links to images, videos or other documentation

Donated 100 e-NABLE Arms

Description: This badge is awarded to those who have donated 100 3D printed e-NABLE arms, whether those are as unassembled kits or fully assembled devices.

Evidence Required: Links to images, videos or other documentation

Provided User Feedback on an e-NABLE Design

Description: This badge is awarded to those who have provided feedback on an e-NABLE Design’s function, usefulness, flaws, needed improvements, successes, suggestions etc on behalf of themselves or a recipient who is using an e-NABLE device or tool so that the designers can help to improve the current design!

Evidence Required: Link to your feedback in the e-NABLE Google+ community or the e-NABLE R&D and Collaborations page on Facebook

Gave Feedback on Buildability

Description: This badge is awarded to those who are providing valuable feedback to the e-NABLE Community on device and design buildability.

Evidence Required: Link to your feedback in the e-NABLE Google+ community or the e-NABLE R&D and Collaborations page on Facebook

Designed a 3D Printed e-NABLE Device

Description: This badge is awarded to those who have designed or improved an existing e-NABLE open source device, hand, arm or tool and who has also published the design online (Thingiverse, YouMagine, etc.)

Evidence Required: A link to the published design files

Created a “Themed” 3D Printable e-NABLE Device

Description: This badge is awarded to those designers who have created fun themed hand or arm designs (Superheroes, characters, sports themed, etc) for the e-NABLE Community and have shared their files open source so that other families, children and makers can download and add to their own devices.

Evidence Required:
1. Provide a link to your open-source, themed design files so that others can make them as well
2. Provide an image or screenshot or video to show the design you have created

e-NABLE Community Hand Kit Donor

Description: This badge is awarded to those who have or who are actively using their 3D printers to create 3D printed hand and arm kits for the e-NABLE Community chapters, scout troops, school groups, conferences and other events.

Evidence Required: One or more links to proof via photos, videos or other evidence to show your contribution of hand kits

Created e-NABLE e3STEAM Curriculum

Description: This badge is awarded to those who have created e-NABLE based curriculum that helps K-12 and University level teachers and students to bring the e-NABLE Project into their schools and classrooms for STEM based learning.

Evidence Required:
1. Link to your open source e-NABLE Curriculum resources (On your website, google doc etc.)
2. Links to photos or videos of your work

Organized an e-NABLE Hand-a-thon Event

Description: This badge is awarded to e-NABLE Volunteers who have helped to organize an e-NABLE hand-a-thon building event to create 3D printed assistive devices for those in need.

Evidence Required: Links to photos, videos or web pages to show your work

Volunteered at an e-NABLE Hand-a-thon Event

Description: This badge is awarded to e-NABLE Volunteers who have volunteered at an e-NABLE hand-a-thon building event to assemble devices, print parts for hands, packaged hands for delivery, cleaned up or set up tables and tools, provided food and beverages or any other task associated with participation at the event!

Evidence Required: Link to images, videos or other documentation to show your participation

Enabling the Future Website Sponsor

Description: This badge is awarded to those who have made a gift to support the enablingthefuture.org website.

Evidence Required: Show proof of your gift of $5 or more to enablingthefuture.org

Enabling the Future Website Gold Sponsor

Description: This badge is awarded to those who have gifted over $100 to enablingthefuture.org to help those in need of 3D printed assistive devices.

Evidence Required: Show proof of gift to enablingthefuture.org

e-NABLE Social Butterfly

Description: This badge is awarded to those who help support the e-NABLE Community by sharing the stories, images, videos and news about the wonderful work being done by our global movement of volunteers who are using 3D printing technology to create free 3D printed e-NABLE hands, arms and tools for those in need, through their social media channels.

Evidence Required:
1. Subscribe to the enablingthefuture.org website blog (provide proof/link to show you have subscribed)
2. Subscribe to the e-NABLE Newsletter (provide proof/link to show you have subscribed)
2. Follow @enablethefuture on Instagram or Twitter or both!
3. Follow e-NABLE on Facebook
4. Earn the “Shared Photos on Social Media” badge
5. Earn the “Shared Videos on Social Media” badge

e-NABLE Community Sponsor

Description: This badge is awarded to those who have helped to grow the e-NABLE Community and their mission to provide free and low cost 3D printable assistive devices and tools for those who were born missing fingers or who have lost them due to war, disease, accident or natural disaster.

An e-NABLE Sponsor is anyone or any company who:

  • Has donated funds to e-NABLE Volunteer fundraising campaigns, e-NABLE Chapter non profit groups or who has supported the enablingthefuture.org website through Patreon.
  • Has donated hand kits to the e-NABLE Community for use in hand-a-thon events for school groups, scout troops, conferences, makerfaires or other events where others assemble the devices and donate them to those in need.
  • Has donated materials, 3D printers, supplies, use of creative spaces, services etc to aid e-NABLE Volunteers in producing and supplying 3D printed hands, arms and tools to those in need.
  • Has provided airfare, accomodations, transportation and/or travel costs to e-NABLE Volunteers to aide them in reaching an audience to share the e-NABLE Story with.
  • Provided meals at e-NABLE events or donated food for fundraising events.
  • Donated artistic talent to be used by e-NABLE Community members, whether that is art for event materials, music for videos, videography, photography, web design skills, tshirt design etc.

Evidence Required: Link to an image or other evidence to show documentation of your donation/sponsorship

e-NABLE Community Supporter

Description: This badge is awarded to those who continuously show their support and help to encourage the global e-NABLE Community by:

  • sharing our stories through their own blogs/websites
  • resharing our stories from social media pages
  • helping behind the scenes
  • encouraging e-NABLE community volunteers

Evidence Required: Links to evidence of your support activities

Built An e-NABLE “Grab-Tor”

Description: This badge is awarded to those that have created the “Grab-Tor” e-NABLE STEM based learning device by themselves or in a group setting.

The Grab-Tor files can be found here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2119565

To read more about the Grab-Tor educational tool and “Raptor Hacking” exercise – please visit the blog post here: http://enablingthefuture.org/2017/02/27/e-nabling-education-%E2%80%A2-raptor-hacking-and-the-grab-tor/

Evidence Required:
1. Photo or a link to a photo of your completed Grab-Tor device.
2. Link to a “Raptor Hacking” event where you participated in creating a Grab-Tor device individually or as a group project.
3. Link to your hacked “Grab-Tor” device 3D printable files to share with others if you altered the Grab-Tor with claws or other fun designs!

Made a Tutorial for the e-NABLE Community

Description: This badge is awarded to anyone who has created or helped to create a tutorial for the e-NABLE Community, whether it is an instructible, video, or infographic.

Evidence Required: A link to the tutorial you created

Shared a Story With enablingthefuture.org

Description: This badge is awarded to those that have shared their maker or recipient stories on the enablingthefuture.org website so that the Global Community can celebrate with them!

Evidence Required: Link to your story on the enablingthefuture.org website

e-NABLE Video Shared On Social Media

Description: This badge is awarded to those that have

1. Created a video showing e-NABLE 3D printed hands/arms/tools being created or used and shared online with the #enablethefuture hashtag to help share this project!

2. Shared a video about e-NABLE on their social media pages and linked back to the e-NABLE Social media channels!

Evidence Required: Link to your video or post sharing e-NABLE related works

Shared a Photo of e-NABLE Work on Social Media

Description: This badge is awarded to those that have

1. Shared images of their process, their completed 3D printed e-NABLE hand, recipient images (with permission), events etc where e-NABLE 3D printed devices are shown in the image and have used the #enablethefuture hashtag when sharing in twitter, instagram or facebook.

2. Reshared e-NABLE related images on their own social media pages to help spread the word about the e-NABLE Community and the numerous e-NABLE Community Chapters who are doing great work in the world!

Evidence Required: Link to your image on social media or in the Google+ group or a website/facebook page or a link to your post on social media showing you have shared an image related to e-NABLE Community volunteer activities

2014 e-NABLE – Hopkins Conference Participant

Description: This badge is awarded to those that participated in the first ever e-NABLE Conference at Johns Hopkins University in 2014.

If you participated in this event in any way, please accept this badge on behalf of the e-NABLE Community!

Evidence Required: Link or photo/video proof of your attendance, donation or participation.

Hands Across Borders e-NABLE Hand-a-thon Participant 2014

Description: This badge is awarded to those who participated in assembling free 3D printed e-NABLE hands at the “Hands Across Borders” hand-a-thon Scout event in Baltimore MD in December of 2014 with Dr. Albert Chi, members of e-NABLE and a special guest from the Ziv medical center on the Syrian border.

Evidence Required: Show proof of participation

Hands Across Borders e-NABLE Hand-a-thon Event Sponsor 2014

Description: This badge is awarded to those that donated hand kits, materials, tools, supplies and everything needed in order to put on the “Hands Across Borders” Scout/e-NABLE Hand-a-thon in Baltimore MD in December 2014 to assemble over 100 3D printed e-NABLE hands for those in need.

Evidence Required: Provide a link or photo evidence to show your donation

Hands Across Borders e-NABLE Hand-a-thon Leader 2014

Description: This badge is awarded to those that led the 2014 Hands Across Borders e-NABLE Hand-a-thon in Baltimore MD where volunteers assembled 3D printed hands for those in need of an assistive device.

Evidence Required: A link to a letter or document showing your participation in this event as a leader.