Category: Prosthetics

Phoenix Hand

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The Phoenix Hand is designed for use by individuals with upper extremity amputation. The Phoenix was developed to give amputees more control over their lives and accessibility. This prosthesis is a lightweight device made of 3D printed material, orthodontic rubber bands, and elastic cords. This prosthesis is wrist driven, so the user must have a functional wrist and enough palm to push against the device to force the fingers closed when the wrist is bent.

This assembly materials kit includes all of the materials needed to assemble a Phoenix 3D printed hand (designed by the e-NABLE volunteer community). 3D printed parts not included.

Technical Specifications: 

Included in the kit:

  • Tensioner screws
  • Palm screws
  • Cords ("tendon" lines)
  • Elastic bands
  • Firm foam padding
  • Gel fingertip grips
  • Velcro straps


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Phoenix Hand