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MODULAR prosthesis NO strings - Atomic Lab - Limbs
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My name is Gino Tubaro, and I'm the founder of Atomic Lab, and startup witch is developing an open platform called LIMBS (www.limbs.earth) This is a fixed prosthetic design. Why fixed? Because we can change the measures through our design program to make it fit easily in the stump.
This hand was printed for the #Manoton, where a group of attendees and volunteers assembled 20 prosthetics hands and give them free of charge to the users. With the support of Microsoft, United & Sodimac.
More information at www.aka.ms/manoton
This prosthesis is modular, means that if you want to take out the fingersholder and connect a support designed by it can be done quickly. Or if you want to take out the AtomicLabCover and put a crossbow, it's also allowed (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1657761)
Feel free to create your own modules and share them.
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TRIDEO & Trimaker
0.1->0.25 (No more.)
More than 20%
Read the "ASSEMBLY MANUAL" to know how the parts assembly one to each other. At the end of it, there's a screenshot of how it should be printed and the degrees of rotation of each file.
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MODULAR prosthesis NO strings - Atomic Lab - Limbs by tubaro1 is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Non-Commercial - Share Alike license.
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