3d Printed Robotic Hand

This project is for my sophomore year science fair project and is a newer, better version compared to my first one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYKoNi48m9o

Jeremy Blum was the person who printed the hand for me so go check out his great tutorials and videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/sciguy14

If you have any questions or requests for tutorial or anything please message me or email me at njkl44@gmail.com

Thank You,
Easton

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14 thoughts on “3d Printed Robotic Hand

  1. Respect ! Nice …
    Respect ! Nice Project ,? which 3D Printer do you used for the Parts , Selfmade Printer ? Can you upload a Video of the Printer iteself or give some informations

  2. HEy man…its great …
    HEy man…its great to see you do this, looking amazing..(the 3d printer works awesome)..Wait and see what I have been cooking..are u going to use the gyro on the controlling? glove next?

  3. AWESOMENESS!!! I …
    AWESOMENESS!!! I was impressed by the Thingiverse entry, but this…? is the icing on the cake!
    I am even more impressed by your Arduino setup, loved the hand shake.

  4. Are you gonna show …
    Are you gonna show a tutorial on? it because I would love to make something like this.

  5. Thats awesome! You …
    Thats awesome! You should haave squeezed the tin? can to see how much power it has. Also the shaking your own hand thing was funny. Good Job!

  6. Should test the …
    Should test the glove to pick up fragile objects like an egg for example. A good hand should be strong and allow users to have finesse when handling things.?

  7. you guys should …
    you guys should build a suit like the one on starcraft 2, now that would be some bad ass? shit

  8. Spectacular work. …
    Spectacular work. I’m extremely impressed with how this project? has progressed since the first prototype that you showed me a year ago. Keep up the good work.

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