E-NABLE makes affordable 3D-printed prosthetic hands for kids

e-NABLE makes free prosthetic hands for kids
e-NABLE is a network of volunteers using 3D printing to give the world a “Helping Hand”

E-NABLE volunteer organization was founded by Jon Schull, researcher at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Jon has connected hundreds of volunteers from around the world to create wonderful cheap prosthetic hands for kids. E-NABLE does not have a central office and does not own any real property. All volunteers are connected and work together through the Internet. They are using 3D printers and open-source technology to print the movable plastic hands. The team of volunteers helps kids and adult with low income to get an affordable prosthetic arm.
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