.STL File / 3D model: 3D PRINTED EXOSKELETON HANDS

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Upgraded - (9th July 2015) - New predrilled holes for models

3D printed exoskeleton hands that I made for a little pleasure. In the event you would like to see a video of it in use https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t7T-S3UFR-0. For the latest 3D printed exoskeleton upgrades see https://sellfy.com/3DPrintIt. My site is http://3dprintit.com.au/.

DESCRIPTION

PLEASE READ THE MANUAL BEFORE PRINTING

The guide is in the .zip file. I designed the hand using ABS plastic the more infill the more powerful the longer the print time. The whole hand will take around 18 hours in total and price about $8.00 in plastic (at 4 cents a gram). All parts were printed on my Upward Plus 2 with 14cm x 15cm x 15cm construct quantity. Additionally, there are lots of metal screws that you might want to hold the printed parts all . I utilized sheet metal self tapper pan screws 8G x 9mm.

***Disclaimer – 3D Print it won't be responsible for personal injury caused by negligent usage of this merchandise. Please use the 3D Printed Exoskeleton with care and don't cause damage to others. The buying of the product will not give the customer the rights to use this 3D model for financial gain or resale. The designer retains all copyrights and intellectual property rights after these files are sold. Don't spread the 3D Printed Exoskeleton STL files. The files which you have purchased are for your own personal use just.

Copyright (c) Alex Czech 2015

Directions

Please read the 'Exoskeleton_Hands_Manual.pdf' and you will be good.

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