Among other designs and art, we are the creator of the Danger Finger, published as Knick’s Finger on Thingiverse. Frustrated by limited and expensive prosthetic options, we invented a configurable DIY 3D printable prosthetic.
We do not make or sell the devices ourselves, but provide the design free of charge and open-source, encouraging you to make your own, or have one made for you by a shop or service.
Alas, not much progress on the finger lately, as my day job with Hulu, has left me with very little ...Read More
The new DangerFinger is picking up steam; all the firm parts are complete, and printed - I've been wearing and ...Read More
Well, I know this thing is taking forever - and my apologies for those waiting on fixes that I've deferred ...Read More
Kelly is doing an amazing thing, and donating her kidney in November to Alexia, a friend. In her 20s, Alexia ...Read More
I'm getting close, finger 4.0 has turned out better than I had hoped. Easier to build, easier to maintain, better ...Read More
Ryan Clemence, a 4th grade teacher at Hickory Grove-Sharon Elementary in South Carolina has built a new Danger Finger for ...Read More
Coding away on version 4.0, with many enhancements coming! New continuous elastic design, for easier build, simpler design, more reliability, ...Read More
I just caught up on a lot of correspondence, and found that several people were looking for a socket support ...Read More
Slow going, but we're making progress! Fixing a lot of little bugs along the way, and ensuring that parametric scaling ...Read More