e-Nable Device Sizing Blender file
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This .blend file is designed to assist people in properly fitting 3d-printed prosthetic devices to clients based on photos.
This work is for you. Please comment if there's anything you need, like models you'd like me to add and set up.
This file includes the following models: (from left to right)
The Cyborg Beast
The Talon Hand 3.0
The Ody Hand 2.0
The Raptor Hand
The Raptor Reloaded
The Osprey Hand
The Flexy Hand 2
The Phoenix Hand
The K-1 Hand
Models for 30x30 centimeter grids and 12x12 inch grids in the top and side view help with the scaling process. Please follow the Youtube video tutorial series in the instructions to learn the image scaling process.
Here is the 21-minute course for how to use this file. Don't skip any steps!
The image has to be properly scaled in the Blender frame, or the device will not fit properly.
This series is broken into four parts. The first is taking good orthographic photos of the client:
The second part shows how to navigate the Blender scene. I didn't make this video myself.
The third part teaches you how to import, scale and position photos into the background in Blender.
The fourth and final part teaches you how to overlay and position a design assembly over client anatomy to determine the best scale to print the device.
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e-Nable Device Sizing Blender file by profbink is licensed under the GNU - GPL license.
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