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Anthromod Mk1 Hand
by Anthromod, published
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A hand that is for the majority 3D printed.
(07 May 2015)- Just noticed a spike in views for this hand. I'm curious to where this has come from and googling isn't showing anything. If you have come via a link from another website I would be very grateful if you could leave a comment saying where you saw it.
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Twitter: @anthromod https://twitter.com/anthromod
Shapeways shop: https://www.shapeways.com/shops/anthromod
Although I'm uploading the Mk1 hand, I've only made instructions for the Mk1.1 hand that's available through shapeways. However the difference is in the order that the fingers are assembled. So it shouldn't be too hard to figure out the differences. The number and type of fastenings are all the same, and go together the same way.
Development blod is here http://anthromod.com/blog/
Assembly instructions http://anthromod.com/index.php/assembly-instructions
Shapeways shop for version Mk1.1 here http://www.shapeways.com/shops/anthromod
Version 2 is on shapeways but and fully printable in one piece!
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