It’s R&D “Motivational Monday” again and we are excited to keep sharing some of the behind the scenes work that is going on in our research and development teams within our forums and Google+ groups! We have a whole lot of e-NABLE volunteers that are working on getting our current designs printed and gifted to children […]

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Over the past few months, we have shared numerous stories about the beautiful children that are receiving 3D printed hands that are being created by our amazing volunteer e-NABLE community – but have failed to share much of the “Behind the scenes” research, development and design that goes on in our Google+ group where we now have over […]

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“Since the very first time Ultimaker saw the light of day, we have supported open source. We shared our source files and our community gave us feedback…it is our firm’s belief that sharing knowledge does not mean losing knowledge. On the contrary, we learn from each other, inspire each other and use each other’s knowledge […]

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We are pleased to announce the FIRST  e-NABLE Conference! Join us on September 28, 2014 at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD! “e-NABLE’s collaborative approach to design and democratization of 3D-printed prostheses could significantly improve millions of lives worldwide. Now is the time to bring these technologies and practices into mainstream medicine.” – Dr. Albert […]

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Last October, a US Navy Veteran and retired pipe fitter, Howard Kamarata, was working on a home project and the miter saw he was using grabbed the piece of wood he was holding and threw it toward him and his left hand slipped under the blade. He had cut off four of his fingers, just […]

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“My mother taught us that we’re supposed to help change the world…We’re supposed to help make it better. That’s why we did it.” – Albert Manero, UCF Aerospace Engineer – on why he created a 3D printed robotic prosthetic device for 6 year old Alex Pring.  When you are 6 years old and you  have […]

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A team of students at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee have been testing the durability and impact resistance of the Cyborg Beast Design! They have been having fun – dropping it from 3 different heights to help determine the hand’s resilience. This included a 1, 3 and a 5 story fall! The hand held up very well […]

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