2nd iteration of the Flexy-Hand. It is now wearable so it can eat at the same table alongside Robohand and the Cyborg Beast
Extra features include :
- Gauntlet attachment via Filaflex hinges.
- Two length/widths of gauntlet available.
- Sculpted palm socket.
- Discrete internal tendon channels.
- Adjustable tensioners.
- Discrete glove attachment channels (or alternative “Chicago Fastener” method).
- Left and right hand versions.
Let’s get this out there and e-NABLE the future to be better for some people. Bring on the improvements, re-mixes and modifications.
This hand was printed on a new Witbox printer kindly donated by Recreus.
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