Kelly’s first art show! Kelly with her corner Our friend Aaron’s work, the main event~ http://www.aaroncathcart.com/
Kelly designed this to help relieve the pinching and strain of two heavy earrings together. It works extremely well, and she wears it daily! It works on the front or back, and is easily configurable. Github source codeThingiverse Thing
I had a lot of cylindrical things around the lab that were quite useful, except they couldn’t properly support themselves. 3D Printer to the rescue! Github source code Thingiverse Thing
Here’s where it all started. Visit the prosthetics section for much more information about building this design. Github source code Thingiverse Thing
knick is a cloud software architect by day, prosthetic finger architect by night. Once an aspiring hand model, he’s now content to fiddle with electronics on the DangerVan in free time between finger revisions.
Always finding the beauty in the rust, Kelly makes inspired artwork from discarded junk. She’s never happier than finding a weathered pile of iron machinery in the desert, else in her lair with glue, rust, and paint.
Lots of folks have built our design for a friend, family, or even a stranger. If you’re handy and have a 3D printer or want to start a new hobby, consider building a finger!
Our prosthetic designs are, and we plan for them to always be – free and open-source. You may use, share, and modify them. We accept donations to support the continued maintenance and development of our prosthetic designs. If we’ve helped you, or you’d like to […]