A signature guide is a low cost, 3D printed assistive writing aid that helps people with low vision, hand tremors, dyslexia or other disabilities to write on a specific spot for purposes such as writing a name, signature, or initials.
This design is the size of a standard ID card so it will fit in a wallet and has 5 different boxes of different sizes.
A version that can be made on a laser cutter has been remixed here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3192428
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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.