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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Every once in a while, we get a special treat from some of our families who have received an e-NABLE 3D printed hand. Sometimes we get an email with updates on how they are doing and what they have been trying to do with their new devices, sometimes we get photos of children using their […]

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Last weekend, Dawson and his family drove for 12 long hours (round trip)  in hopes of finally seeing a dream for a functional hand come to life – and were welcomed into the home of one of the original designers of these 3D printed mechanical hands. Dawson’s mom Dawn had contacted Jen, Ivan’s wife, after fellow e-NABLE […]

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Torrae is 8 years old. She has been a part of this 3D printed mechanical hand  journey since she was about 5 years old. Her dad is one of the original designers of the first 3D printed hand  for a little boy in South Africa that got this whole incredible global Maker Movement e-NABLE adventure […]

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(Please click on the image above to view the video of sweet Hayley and her new hand!) Hayley is four years old and lives in Inverness, Scotland. Her parents David and Zania heard about e-NABLE through the Lucky Fin Project and from there, found their way to our Google+ community. Two of our e-NABLE volunteers and active […]

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(Please click on the image above to view the video of Paul and Leon’s interview.) A Father’s Day Letter – From Jen Owen My husband is one of those “mad scientist” types…you know… the Dad who spends an entire day with the kids making indoor hoovercrafts and ping pong ball machine guns while Mom is away […]

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