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Frozen Inspired Prosthetic by Enabled #3DPrinting

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The fine folks at ENABLED shared a new prosthetic design on Thingiverse.

Snow Queen Flexi Arm II ENABLE

SNOW QUEEN ARM prosthesis FLEXY II is a project designed and developed by artist Wilmer A. Garcia P. student at the National University of Colombia and directed by Cristian Silva Mechatronic Engineering PhD student at the National University of Colombia. Model in turn based on the Flexy arm of Christian Silva, The Flexy_Hand 2 Steve Wood (Gyrobot), arm RIT (Rochester Institute of Technology) e_NABLE work group (http://enablingthefuture.org/). Work developed by the team e-Nable Colombia and 3D http://materializacion3d.com/ materialization Foundation in Bogotá, with the participation and support of Recreartech http://www.recrear3d.com/ https: //www.facebook .com / recrear3d? fref = ts in the process of 3D scanning and Realiza3D participation http://www.realiza3d.com.co/ https://www.facebook.com/impresion.realiza3d/?ref=ts&fref= Tsen part of . All these files are covered by the common creative license attribution goods. Non-commercial, please use the reference to us if you want to print.


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