Adjustowrap Gripper Arm System
The Adjustowrap Gripper Arm System is an experimental modular system of upper limb prosthesis components. These components are intended to be compatible with a range of traditional medical devices provided by prosthetists as well as the experimental volunteer-designed devices being developed by the e-NABLE Community. Many components in the system include fabrication using the 3D printers available to our volunteers.
This is an update of the Skip Meetze Gripper Thumb Terminal Device and the Adjustowrap Arm recently developed by Skip Meetze and Jon Schull. Some background for these developments can be seen in The Gripper Matures, a blog post sketching the early evolution the system.
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