Prosthetic Arm adjusts to allow different grips for a variety of tasks

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Pushing the boundaries of current upper-limb prosthetic design, designer Kaylene Kau has created a prosthetic arm that supports the dominant functioning hand in accomplishing day-to-day tasks with ease and efficiency. Featuring a flexible design, the prosthetic arm adjusts to allow a variety of different grips to hold a variety of objects with minimum fuss. The Prosthetic Arm also integrates motors and cables, which help the user control the amount of arm curls required for different tasks. Presenting a simple yet effective design, the new prosthetic limb makes users self-reliant, as they can carry out their everyday tasks without any assistance.

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[Cheers Kaylene]

One thought on “Prosthetic Arm adjusts to allow different grips for a variety of tasks”

  1. Hi,

    A friend of mine who lost his right arm told me about this idea he had to build such a prosthesis. Is there a way to get a printable file and the references for the set up for this one?

    Thank you and congratulations for this design.

  2. Hi,

    A friend of mine who lost his right arm told me about this idea he had to build such a prosthesis. Is there a way to get a printable file and the references for the set up for this one?

    Thank you and congratulations for this design.

  3. Hi,

    A friend of mine who lost his right arm told me about this idea he had to build such a prosthesis. Is there a way to get a printable file and the references for the set up for this one?

    Thank you and congratulations for this design.

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