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Human Hand Bones - Thumb
by siderits, published
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This project used a Next Engine Laser scanner and was undertaken in association with the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center and the Center for Parabiotics Research.
Modify these files for example create a void space for an embedded sensor or attachment points for ligaments and tendons. Place a channel down the center for wiring or even lighting.
See blue image for example of modified file. Tip recess for sensor with attachement points for ligament and muscle wires.
Printed with Up3D! printer (you may need to scale individual files if they don't look correctly sized). You can find average hand bone sized several places on the web.
01 SCP- Scaphoid
02 LUN - Lunate
03 TRQ - Triquestrum
04 PIS - Pisiform
05 TRP- Trapezium
06 TRZ -Trapezoid
07 CAP -Capitate
08 HAM - Hammate
11 3MC - Third Metacarpal
12 4MC - Fourth Metacarpal
13 5MC - Fifth Metacarpal
14 PP - Proximal Phalange 1,2,3,4,5 fingers
15 MP - Middle Phalange 1,2,3,4,5 finger
16 DP - Distal Phalange 1,2,3,4,5 fingers
Image reference: http://home.comcast.net/~wnor/lesson5palmofhand.htm
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