Norwich Hackspace members involve their families in a collective effort to 3D print parts for frontline workers
Posted in 3d printing on Feb 12, 2016
The Raptor hand is a design of prosthetic hand that can be printed on consumer grade 3d printers like the Ultimaker 2. Anyone can get the files from Thingiverse and make one. We didand were amazed by the reactions from kids and parents
The designer Jacky Wan explains the hand project to Norm from tested. Also shows a new design that has a cooler steampunk feel as well as some cool modifications like 3d printed temsioners that replace those pesky screws.
This is the difference a hand can make to a child