Printed Prehensile is a beautiful concept for a prosthetic hand created by Fraser Leid, an Innovation orientated Industrial Designer of London. This theoretical model closely repeats the structure of a human hand and can be printed on a 3D printer. Printed Prehensile has an elegant and stylish form, looks gorgeous and ordinary to the eye. The prosthetic hand consists of light and solid materials, which emulating the 27 bones of the hand that consists of aluminum tubing and steel springs.
All fingers are connected by these springs and can move individually and independently of the other parts of the prosthesis. All components, instructions and files for 3D printing come in the assembly kit.