The clicking measuring wheel is for users with low or no vision to roughly measure a distance across a surface using auditory clicks. It comes in a variety of swappable wheels of 0.25”, 0.5”, 1”, 2”, and 4” increments. It also has a pen holder that doubles as a shaft to hold all the parts together so users can draw a specific length.
Volunteer your 3D printing skills to help people with disabilities in your community!
Makers Making Change is an initiative of the Neil Squire Society, a Canadian non-profit that helps people with disabilities.We are committed to creating a network of volunteer makers who support people with disabilities in their communities through 3D printing assistive devices. Check out our library of free, open-source assistive technologies with parts and build instructions.
Only case_v.1.0.0.STL requires support material. Be careful when removing support material from the case an the internal tab can be accidentally removed.