3D Printing a hand with e-NABLE

3DC’s Tony Troutman puts together the Raptor Reloaded hand from the eNabling the Future project. E-Nable is a community organization that brings together students, teachers, and 3D-printers around the world to create free 3D-printed hands and arms for those in need.

3D Composites made our first hand using the ABS-M30 FDM print material for the grey hand and wrist and ABS-P430 for the orange connecting pins.

Read about Everett High School doing the Hand Challenge.

Learn more about how you can support the e-NABLE project by visiting enablingthefuture.org