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Right angle spoon

by siderits, published

Right angle spoon by siderits May 26, 2012

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Right angle spoon by siderits is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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Summary

Right angle, 90 degree, assistive device (spoon) for someone with, for example, limited grip strength or control. Quick design and prototype of assistive device. This demonstrtes that anyone with beginner skills and freeware 3D design software can prototype assistive devices in real time. This project took 20 minutes from design (trueSpace) to printing (Up!3D) in ABS.

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Download, print and glue.

You can glue the spoon part on the front, back, sides or angled part. Whichever works best.

See Instructables for step by step description of 3D design process.

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When I open the .STL files in RepG the model is very tiny so I scaled it up by 10 and it looks like it will now print. I'll upload the results when it's done.

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