Before assembly

You must check the address before you ship! Developing a hand for Wilhe at Rochester Institute of Technology By Skip Meetze, e-NABLE Volunteer   “No, don’t call the Post Office” warned Brenda Schlageter, our shipping expert.  “It is not a good idea to try to get a postal or shipping service to change a package […]

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scoutsfinal

Last Saturday, in a gymnasium at the Chapelgate Christian Academy in Baltimore, MD – dozens and dozens of boy and girl scouts gathered and spent their free time working together to build e-NABLE hands for children around the world who are in need of upper limb assistive devices. Scouts as young at 5 years old chose […]

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NEWhelpplease

Recently, we shared a story about numerous Scout troops in Baltimore, who have been assembling e-NABLE hands to send to a medical centers to various locations around the world which will be distributed to and fit to their underserved patients and Refugees who have been disfigured by war. On December 13th, 2014, the Scouts will be working at an […]

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liamhappy

Two years ago today, a little boy named Liam received the very first prototype that would eventually become the 3D printed hand devices that our e-NABLE volunteers are printing and gifting to hundreds of children and adults around the world. An American prop maker traveled over 10,000 miles to bring 4 aluminum metal fingers to South […]

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process2

When the first 3D printed hands were being made 2 years ago, one of the original designers had the hope that instead of having thousands of people relying on just two men to help make hands for people in need – that we would somehow be able to find a way to teach others how […]

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sierramaking

Getting young minds interested in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM)…has been a major goal of e-NABLE over the past year as we strive to get 3D printers into more and more schools and help guide teachers, educators and librarians with building 3D printed e-NABLE hands with their students in their classrooms, after school programs and local […]

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