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When e-NABLE started really picking up steam in January of 2014 – we had about 300 volunteers who had joined our Google+ community and about 75 volunteers on our map who had signed up to help 3D print a hand for a child in need. e-NABLE has now grown into a world wide movement of nearly 5000 tinkerers, […]

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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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(Please click the image above to be taken to the video news piece!) On Friday, Keith Harris, age 5 – became the coolest kid at school with his new e-NABLE hand. He spent the day high fiving his parents, classmates, teachers and news reporters and testing out his new fingers. You can read more about […]

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This past week has been really emotional for many of our e-NABLE members as we watch our volunteers churning out hundreds of hand kits in mere days – to send to our conference this weekend at Johns Hopkins Medical. The countless hours of design work, test prints, failed prints, shaking fists at uncooperative printers, mechanical […]

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One of our oldest device users and biggest “Feedback giver,” Peregrine Hawthorn, will be part of our panel presentation during our “Empowering Parents” portion of our conference at Johns Hopkins Medical this coming weekend with his Dad, Peter Binkley who designed the Talon hand, Ody hand,  the Flextensor design and collaborated on the nearly released “Raptor” design […]

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