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Over the past few months, e-NABLE has been working on various designs for elbow actuated arms, exoskeletons, myo-electric arms and more to go along with our growing collection of wrist activated designs, so that we can help even more people who have upper limb differences. A few days ago, Alex was gifted a “Helper arm” […]

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One of the main hopes of our e-NABLE community of volunteers – is that parents and families of those in need of devices will not only learn how to create and assemble these devices together on their own, but will turn around and start teaching other families to do the same. We love getting stories […]

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Over the past year, we have watched ideas spring forth from one basic design and turn into numerous variations and devices. One of the most active designers in the e-NABLE community is Peter Binkley who is the brilliant mind behind the Talon and Ody hands and has now released another incredible design that he has […]

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Little Alex Pring has had his new 3D printed arm for just about a week and after hugging his mom, riding his bike and playing with his favorite transformers – he has been discovering all sorts of things that having 2 arms is useful for! Today, his mom sent us a few photos of Alex […]

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6 Year old Alex – checking out how his $350 Myo-electric arm works. – Photo by KT Crabb Photography. Just a few days ago, a team at the University of Central Florida, put a 3d printed myo-electric arm on a 6 year old child. It cost them about $350 to create and is now a part […]

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