The Talon Hand is probably the most durable e-Nable hand design and boasts the greatest grip strength, but relies on a user with a greater range of motion. It is also one of the more challenging and time-consuming e-Nable device to assemble. The Talon mounts onto a leather shoe-and-cuff to make it wearable by the user. The Talon Hand is licensed under GNU GPL V3.
The most up-to-date files are available for direct download here. The zipped folder includes two different versions for the fingers: one set that uses snap pins, whose files end in “Snap.stl” and one set that uses Chicago screws, whose files end with “Chic.stl” (see our hardware sources page for Chicago screw sourcing).
Talon Hand Assembly Tutorial Part 1
Talon Hand Assembly Tutorial Part 2
Talon Hand Assembly Tutorial Part 3
Creating a leather bracer
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