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.
I had a lot of cylindrical things around the lab that were quite useful, except they couldn't properly support themselves ...Read More
Here's a clamp I whipped up, works great for mounting a go-pro to roll-cages or other vehicle tubes, or to ...Read More
Here's where it all started. Visit the prosthetics section for much more information about building this design. Github source code ...Read More
knick is a cloud software architect by day, prosthetic finger architect by night. Once an aspiring hand model, he’s now ...Read More
Always finding the beauty in the rust, Kelly makes inspired artwork from discarded junk. She’s never happier than finding a ...Read More
Kelly is always on the lookout for new art materials (read: rusty junk) ...Read More
Lots of folks have built our design for a friend, family, or even a stranger. If you're handy and have ...Read More
Our prosthetic designs are, and we plan for them to always be - free and open-source. You may use, share, ...Read More
Kaya Lily Danger and her trusty steed Maxwell, are always along for the adventure. Kaya is also an aspiring artist, ...Read More