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Cyborg Beast v7.1 (Parametric Printable Prosthetic)
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I'm in the process of designing a parametric version of the Cyborg Beast designed by Jorge Zuniga. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:261462
I hope to have a Customizer version of this model soon.
More about e-NABLE: http://enablingthefuture.org/
When the original model is scaled up or down to match the user's requirements, all of the hardware pieces are scaled up and down according as well. I've designed the above to closely match the appearance and function of the original, but kept the functions which "cut" the hardware holes into the model separate - so that a user may (eventually) be able to specify the OpenSCAD should scale the hand up by X percent, scale the positions (but not the size) of the hardware holes by Y percent, and then produce the according model.
To learn more about how I designed this model in OpenSCAD:
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Please see instructions for the Cyborg Beast by JorgeZuniga.
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