We have some wonderful e-NABLE Community volunteers and students who are creating educational and instructional video tutorials for those who would like to participate!

Please see below to find the tutorial that best fits your needs!

Taking Recipient Photos for e‑NABLE

by Peter Binkley

Learn how to take photos properly so e‑NABLE volunteers can accurately determine the proper size for an e‑NABLE device.

Getting Started with Blender – Interface

by “CG Cookie Blender”

This video will help you to get started using the free, open source 3D modeling software, Blender. This is part 1 of a 3-part video tutorial for determining the proper size for e‑NABLE devices.

Importing and Scaling Photos in Blender

by Peter Binkley

This is part 2 of a 3-part video tutorial for determining the proper size for e‑NABLE devices.

Virtual Fitting of e‑NABLE Devices in Blender

by Peter Binkley

This is part 3 of a 3-part video tutorial for determining the proper size for e‑NABLE devices.

3D Printing Tutorials – For Kids, By Kids

Created by students from Handchallenge.com

Learn the basics of 3D printing in this informative video series.

Phoenix v2 Assembly Tutorial

by John Diamond

A step by step tutorial showing how to assemble a Phoenix V2 hand from a kit of parts. This is intended to be of value to those assembling a Phoenix v2 hand alone and also groups assembling multiple hands at an assembly event. The sequence of assembly steps follows those described in the Assembly Guide.

Thermoforming the Bracer for the Phoenix v2 Hand

by John Diamond

This video shows how to thermoform a bracer (aka “gauntlet) for an e‑NABLE hand. Suitable for the Raptor Reloaded and Phoenix hands.

Raptor Reloaded Assembly Tutorial – English

by Handchallenge.com

These videos walk you through the entire assembly process for the Raptor Reloaded 3D-printed prosthetic hand.

Raptor Reloaded Assembly Tutorial – Spanish

by Handchallenge.com

Estos videos le guiarán por todo el proceso de montaje de la mano mecánica impresa en 3D de Raptor Reloaded.

Osprey Hand Assembly Tutorial

by Peter Binkley

This video will teach you how to assemble an Osprey Hand.

Making a Leather Bracer for e‑NABLE Devices

by Peter Binkley

This is the methodology for making a leather bracer compatible with all my wrist-powered Assistive designs. Leather is an excellent material for wearable prosthetic devices. This bracer is compatible with the Osprey Hand, the Gamma Raptor, the Talon Hand, and the Ody Hand.

Thermoforming Parts for the Unlimbited Arm

by Team Unlimbited

This video shows how to thermoform the parts for the Unlimbited Arm.

Using the Thermoforming Jig for the Unlimbited Phoenix Hand

by Team Unlimbited

This video shows how to use the reverse dovetail thermoforming jig when making the Unlimbited Phoenix Hand.

How a Whippletree Works on an e‑NABLE Hand

by John Diamond

The e‑NABLE Phoenix v2 incorporates a “gripper box” instead of the tensioner seen on earlier designs. This can also be retrofitted onto a Raptor Reloaded hand. The gripper box incorporates a whippletree which serves to distribute the force between the four fingers. This video demonstrates how the whippletree operates.

Talon Hand 2.0 Assembly Tutorial – Part 1 of 3

by Ivan Owen

This video is part 1 in a 3-part video tutorial showing how to assembly the Talon Hand 2.0, created by Peter Binkley.

Talon Hand 2.0 Assembly Tutorial – Part 2 of 3

by Ivan Owen

This video is part 2 in a 3-part video tutorial showing how to assembly the Talon Hand 2.0, created by Peter Binkley.

Talon Hand 2.0 Assembly Tutorial – Part 3 of 3

by Ivan Owen

This video is part 3 in a 3-part video tutorial showing how to assembly the Talon Hand 2.0, created by Peter Binkley.

Getting Started with Autodesk Fusion 360

by Autodesk

See how Fusion 360 allows you to easily bring in OBJs and STLs as mesh models and start designing around them.