Throughout the past 4 years, the global e-NABLE Community has been focusing their attention on creating free 3D printed hands and arms for those in need of a “Helping Hand.” To date, they have gifted an estimated 2500+ devices in over 80 countries around the world. The power of innovation through collaboration and the benefits it […]

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What do Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, Venture Scouts, Sea Scouts and American Heritage Girls have in common? They all spend a whole lot of time participating in activities that help their local communities…from litter pick up at the local Fair, knitting sweaters and making toys for pets at the local animal shelters, planting […]

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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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“You know, DISABILITY is a funny word. Disability means you CAN’T do something. It’s not a disease…and it’s not even a property of a person. A person doesn’t have a disability…a person has a disability if he is in a world where he can’t do something. If I didn’t have glasses in a world in […]

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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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Over the past year and a half, our website has been filling up with images of beautiful smiling children who have received e-NABLE hands and who now feel like cool little super heroes instead of the kid in class who has something different about them for other children to poke fun at. While creating 3D printed “Helper” […]

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