Never ceases to amaze me what my fellow e-NABLE members come up with! Can’t wait to take this hand to my next rave!
Over the past year, the e-NABLE Google+ community has grown from 70ish people who had 3D printers and offered to make parts for those who needed hands created…to a global “Village” of nearly 1700 individuals who have come together to share their creativity, their ideas, their passions and their talents to help make 3D printed prosthetics for children and adults in need.
While we continue to strive to make low cost and functional devices to share with the world …we are also discovering the power of our imaginations as we find ourselves remembering that these devices can be anything we want them to be…we do not have to be limited to the idea that they must look like “real” hands…they can become whatever it…
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