Thank you for visiting our website! e-NABLE volunteers are working hard to create free 3D printed hands for children all over the world who have been born missing fingers or who have lost them due to accident, illness or war. To date – we have created nearly 2000 free “Body powered” 3D printed devices in over 40 countries and the numbers grow daily!
All of our current designs are shared open source so that anyone that would like to make one for themselves, their child or someone they know – can take the files and create a device or improve upon the design and re-share it back to the community!
The e-NABLE Community is actively working on new designs for children (and adults) with all different types of upper limb differences, but most of our designs require a functional wrist or elbow to power the mechanical devices. We have some experimental designs that are being tested and created by various groups within the community.
This experimental design was created for individuals with above elbow limb differences by a team of students at University of Central Florida. Only a few have been created so far and they do have a wait list. This is currently the only team that is able to create these devices as they require more time, electrical expertise and a more robust printer than the average e-NABLE volunteer has to print with.
Developed by the UCF Armory (University of Central Florida), led by Albert Manero, the Limbitless Arm is e-NABLE’s first myoelectric design. The Limbitless Arm is licensed under the Creative Commons-Attribution-Non-Commercial license.
CURRENT DESIGN FILES: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:408641
The Limbitless Solutions team is currently upgrading and improving the previous design which will be released open-source as soon as they have worked out the kinks and can put together an assembly instruction manual and parts list!
For more information on this design, please contact the Limbitless team directly: email@example.com
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