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3D Printed Exoskeleton Hands

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3D printed exoskeleton hands that I made for a bit of fun. If you want to watch a video of it in use For the latest 3D printed exoskeleton updates visit My website is

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The manual is in the .zip file. I designed the hand using ABS plastic the more infill the stronger the hand but the longer the print time. The entire hand will take approximately 18 hours in total and cost about $8.00 in plastic (at 4 cents a gram). There are also a lot of metal screws that you need to hold all of the printed parts together.

***Disclaimer – 3D Print It will not be liable for personal injury resulting from negligent use of this product. Please use the 3D Printed Exoskeleton with care and do not cause harm to others. The purchasing of this product does not award the customer the rights to use this 3D model for monetary gain or re-sale. The designer retains all copyrights and intellectual property rights even after these files are sold. Do not distribute the 3D Printed Exoskeleton STL files. The files that you have bought are for your personal use only.

Copyright (c) Alex Czech 2015

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Thibextra you could also use a 6G x 12mm. The issue you will have with an extra long screw is that they will hit each other at each end. If the screw is too fat it will crack that ABS walls. So <=8G is probably an ideal size.

Are you sure about the 9mm ? It must be so hard tto find oO

I used sheet metal self tapper pan screws 8G x 9mm. I used x40 of these screws for one hand. You can use smaller screws if you want.

Hello, what types and size of screws are needed ? Thank you very much