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A big thank you to our team and lead designer Mohammad Hasani for his help with our Utility Band project.
This is the second device we have developed and tried to make both simple to assemble as well as versatile. Here is a link to show how this device is both used and how the tools slide into the band:
Also, please note that these tools (silverware holder and tool holder) are attached to the Solid Slider via Locitite Super Glue (link below). The material that each piece should be printed in is labeled in their respective STL file above.
The Utility Band is designed for upper limb amputees and is inspired by the sacrifices of our American veterans. The goal is to have a modular platform (such as the Solid Slider) to work with tools that have been created by others within the open-source community.
We are currently still working on more tools for this device and would greatly appreciate any feedback to make Utility Band the best it can be!
Additional Material Information:
You will need:
A Velcro Band (No larger than 2 inches in width) - https://www.amazon.com/VELCRO-Brand-Purpose-Straps-Strap/dp/B000TGX0HK?th=1
Loctite (Super Glue Control) - http://www.amazon.com/Loctite-1363589-Control-Adhesive-Bottle/dp/B003TP2TBQ
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