3D Printed Hand Right

3D Printed Hand Right 3d printed Robotics Maker/DIY
3D Printed Hand Right 3d printed Robotics Maker/DIY
3D Printed Hand Right 3d printed Robotics Maker/DIY
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About this Product

In April 2012 Chris Chappell and Easton LaChappelle ran a Kickstarter Campaign to fund a 3d printed Robotic Hand. These are the 3D printed parts of the hand. It has 5 actuated degrees of freedom, and one manual degree of freedom in the thumb. Assembly instructions can currently be found at http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/anthromod/3d-printed-robotic-hand/posts/574215

Dimensions

IN: 3.234 w x 4.699 d x 4.296 h
CM: 8.214 w x 11.936 d x 10.912 h
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The thumb looked odd to me... All the joints on an actual thumb can't be see. This is some great work with correct articulation.
May 22, 2014, 12:52 pm
 
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