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November 24, 2016 AT 10:00 am

A Hilt For Your Fork? Why Not!? #3DPrinting

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I guess this can help keep your fork from getting table surfaces dirty?

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Pour certaines personnes en situation de handicap, laisser sa main sur le manche d’un couvert peut s’avérer difficile. Aussi, pour les aider dans ce maintien, cette garde pour fourchette, imprimée en matière souple pour favoriser l’insertion et le maintien du manche dans l’objet, peut constituer une aide et une invitation à retrouver aisément un emplacement adéquat pour la main.


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