SUPERHERO ENABLE 3D PRINTED PROSTHESIS
by ChristianSilva, published
Artistic work by : Wilmer Garcia https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1046494932&fref=ts
https://www.facebook.com/impresion.realiza3d/?fref=ts Art Studend from the National University of Colombia
3D PRINTED SUPERHERO E-NABLE PROSTHESIS is based in the Flexy arm from Christian Silva Engineering Student from the National University of Colombia, The Flexy_Hand 2 from Steve Wood (Gyrobot), The RIT arm (Rochester Institute of Technology) the work of the e_NABLE group ( http://enablingthefuture.org/ ) and the collaboration of Wilmer Garcia, Tarragona, Recreartech, M3D Foundation and the E-Nable Colombia Team, all this files are covered by creative commons attribution license. Non-Commercial, Please use the reference of us if you want to print it.
Videos Using the 3D printed Prosthesis arm https://youtu.be/woigAIsg_Xc
All parents and children were informed about the research study and signed a parental permission. For Children 3 to 16, an assent was explained by the principal investigator and signed by the children and their parents. Written informed consent from the parents was obtained in order to publish the images and videos shown in the research study and investigation. Futhermore, detailed safety guidelines were given to parents regarding the use and care of the prosthetic arm.
Detailed safety guidelines link:
Fingers are printed in Flexy Material, Hand Body, Forearm and Arm in PLA Material.
For more information:
Ms. Eng. Christian Silva, Bogota, Colombia. e-NABLE Volunteer
Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Printer Brand: RepRap
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