Gyrobot shares an optimised flexy hand. This version was printed with flexible materials.
Key Features :
– Thermoformed Gauntlet, dual material, lower layers PLA, upper layers Filaflex, great strength.
– Palm socket integral to hand. Can also be filled with mouldable medium, eg, Oogoo, Sugru, Silicone, Latex etc.
– Each finger and thumb printed in one piece. Using CraftWare customisable supports.
– Silent articulation.
– Recipient’s scanned limb printed with internal “bone” and wrist articulation. Using variable density “Modifier Meshes” in Slic3r.
Download from: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:640384
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