Category: Prosthetics

Remixed Gripper Palm Terminal Device

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The Remixed Gripper Palm Terminal Device is a do it yourself product designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities and hand amputees. The prosthetic palm is a 3D printed device that produces grasping action that that closely reflects that of the human hand.

Technical Specifications: 

Size: Standard palm size.

Materials: 3D printing material.

Spring Type: Torsion

Material: Stainless Steel Wire

Wire Diameter: 1.9 ~ 2.0 millimeter

Spring Inner Diameter: 6.8 millimeter

Revolutions: 3 turns

Pitch: 2.25 millimeter

It can be either printed on ABS or PET-G.

For ABS you should prepare bed very well and use Brim 15 lines. Make sure you have closed enclosure to avoid cracks on the print. Heated Bed is 100

For Pet-G use Brim lines 15 and use PEI surface and gluestick. Heated Bed is 80.


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