Here is a small video of the hand working:
This hand was developed after 5 iterations of hands, it use no strings, it can be assembled in 15 minutes. The user doesn't need to do more strength to actioned the hand plus the strength of the elastic strings.
It can be easily repaired, the fingers have holes to put pens, or others things.
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If there is users and feedback for this hands, we will upload the arm version and the opposites hands.
Don't forget to add velcro!
Just check the best orientation to print with your printer, the files are not laiding in the bed.
Use the supports for the small parts.
Follow the "Manualton PDF" for assembly.
Thumbscrew.stl and other "mechanical parts" such as connectors should be scaled down around 4%, depending on your machine quality (if its a cheap 3d, go up to 8%)