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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 must check the address before you ship! Developing a hand for Wilhe at Rochester Institute of Technology By Skip Meetze, e-NABLE Volunteer   “No, don’t call the Post Office” warned Brenda Schlageter, our shipping expert.  “It is not a good idea to try to get a postal or shipping service to change a package […]

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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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