"Just a couple of high school students trying to make a difference with local prostheses." #BCN3DCULTS
A total of 80 hours of printing on our school's printer; after about 2 hours worth of online processing in the Eiger.io slicing tool. In an effort to perfect the automation of prosthetics, we printed both an exoskeletal hand, and a prosthetic hand. The prosthetic takes readings from the exoskeletal hand when hooked up via flex, tension, and force sensors; to be connected via an Arduino system..