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CAP AMERICA FLEXY ARM II ENABLE

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CAP AMERICA FLEXY ARM II ENABLE by materializacion3DColombia Jul 1, 2016

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Esta solución protesica solo se podrá adaptar en un paciente niño mayor a 3 años o adulto bajo la accesoria de una profesional de la salud, terapeuta, fisioterapeuta, fisiatra y con la colaboración de un profesional en psicología

Por favor lea cuidadosamente primero el manual de seguridad y uso de esta solución protesica

Diseño del artista: Wilmer García

Por favor lee primero las normas de seguridad y uso

Prótesis CAP AMERICA FLEXY ARM II es un proyecto diseñado y elaborado por el artista plástico Wilmer A. García P. estudiante de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Modelo a su vez basado en el brazo Flexy, El Flexy_Hand 2 de Steve Wood (Gyrobot), el brazo RIT (Rochester Institute of Technology) el trabajo del grupo e_NABLE . Trabajo desarrollado por el equipo e-Nable Colombia en la Fundación Materialización 3D http://materializacion3d.com/ en Bogotá, con la participación y el apoyo de Recreartech en el proceso de escaneo 3d. Todos estos archivos están cubiertos por la licencia creativa atribución bienes comunes. No comercial, por favor utilice la referencia de nosotros si desea imprimirlo.

Todos los padres y los niños fueron informados sobre el estudio e investigación para el desarrollo de este trabajo. Para niños de 3 a 16, el consentimiento fue explicado por el investigador principal y firmada por los niños y sus padres. el consentimiento informado por escrito de los padres se obtuvo con el fin de publicar las imágenes y vídeos que aparecen en el estudio de investigación y la investigación. Se le entrego Pautas de seguridad detalladas a los padres sobre el uso y cuidado de la prótesis de brazo.

pautas de seguridad detalladas enlace:
http://enablingthefuture.org/build-a-hand/safety-guidelines/

Los dedos están impresos en material Flexy, mano, antebrazo, brazo y demás partes en material PLA.

Para mas información sobre la Fundación Materialización 3D, E-Nable Colombia e E-Nable:
https://www.facebook.com/materializacion3d/?fref=ts

Fundación Materialización 3D / Bogotá - Colombia

Design Artist: Wilmer Garcia https

This prosthetic solution can only be adapted in a patient over 3 years old or and adult under ancillary to a health professional, therapist, physical therapist, physiatrist and with the help of a professional in psychology

Please read the safety manual and use of this prosthetic solution carefully first

CAP AMERICA FLEXY ARM II is a project designed and developed by artist Wilmer A. Garcia P. student at the National University of Colombia. Model in turn based on the Flexy arm, The Flexy_Hand 2 Steve Wood (Gyrobot), arm RIT (Rochester Institute of Technology) e_NABLE work group . Work developed by the team e-Nable Colombia and 3D http://materializacion3d.com/ materialization Foundation in Bogotá, with the participation and support of Recreartech ts in the process of 3D scanning and Realiza3D participation Tsen part of . All these files are covered by the common creative license attribution goods. Non-commercial, please use the reference to us if you want to print.

All parents and children were informed about the study and research for the development of this work. For children 3-16, consent was explained by the principal investigator and signed by the children and their parents. Written informed parental consent was obtained in order to publish the pictures and videos that appear in the research study and research. I was given detailed safety guidelines for parents about the use and care of prosthetic arm.

detailed safety guidelines link:
http://enablingthefuture.org/build-a-hand/safety-guidelines/

The fingers are printed on Flexy materials, hand, forearm, arm and other parts of PLA material.

For more information on 3D materialization, E-Nable Colombia and E-Nable Foundation:

https://www.facebook.com/materializacion3d/?fref=ts

Colombia - materialization 3D / Bogota Foundation
Print Settings

Printer Brand:

Printer: Prusa I3

Rafts: Does not Matter

Supports: Yes

Resolution: 0.15 mm

Infill: 80

Print Settings

Printer Brand:

RepRap

Printer:

Prusa I3

Rafts:

Doesn't Matter

Supports:

Yes

Resolution:

0.15 mm

Infill:

80


Notes:

Print Settings

Printer Brand:

Printer: Prusa I3

Rafts: Does not Matter

Supports: Yes

Resolution: 0.15 mm

Infill: 80

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Una vez fabricadas las impresiones, se requiere de un proceso de termo formado. Calentar las piezas con pistola de aire caliente para dar forma a las piezas planas correspondientes a los brazos.

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English translation of Instructions:

Design Artist: Wilmer Garcia https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1046494932&fref=ts
mechanical concept of Ing. Mecatrónico Christian Silva https://www.facebook.com/christiansilva.silva?fref=ts
students from the National University of Colombia.

AMERICA CAP HAND prosthesis FLEXY II is a project designed and developed by artist Wilmer A. Garcia P. student at the National University of Colombia and directed by Cristian Silva Mechatronic Engineering PhD student at the National University of Colombia. Model in turn based on the Flexy arm of Christian Silva, The Flexy_Hand 2 Steve Wood (Gyrobot), arm RIT (Rochester Institute of Technology) e_NABLE work group (http://enablingthefuture.org/). Work developed by the team e-Nable Colombia and 3D http://materializacion3d.com/ materialization Foundation in Bogotá, with the participation and support of Recreartech http://www.recrear3d.com/ https: //www.facebook .com / recrear3d? fref = ts in the process of 3D scanning and Realiza3D participation http://www.realiza3d.com.co/ https://www.facebook.com/impresion.realiza3d/?ref=ts&fref= Tsen part of 3D printing. All these files are covered by the common creative license attribution goods. Non-commercial, please use the reference to us if you want to print.

All parents and children were informed about the study and research for the development of this work. For children 3-16, consent was explained by the principal investigator and signed by the children and their parents. Written informed parental consent was obtained in order to publish the pictures and videos that appear in the research study and research. I was given detailed safety guidelines for parents about the use and care of prosthetic arm.

detailed safety guidelines link:
http://enablingthefuture.org/build-a-hand/safety-guidelines/

The fingers are printed on Flexy materials, hand, forearm, arm and other parts of PLA material.

For more information on 3D materialization, E-Nable Colombia and E-Nable Foundation:
https://www.facebook.com/Chocaesoscinco3D/?fref=ts
https://www.facebook.com/materializacion3d/?fref=ts
http://casilvaca.wix.com/coprinte3d
http://enablingthefuture.org/

Colombia - materialization 3D / Bogota Foundation
Print Settings

Printer Brand: RepRap

Printer: Prusa I3

Rafts: Does not Matter

Supports: Yes

Resolution: 0.15 mm

Infill: 80

The recognition and contribution you make to our work is also great.
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The recognition and contribution you make to our work is also great.
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