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by dwardio
Thu Jan 21, 2016 7:20 pm
Forum: Beta Testing
Topic: The Phoenix Hand (previously Eagle Hand) fabrication and mechanical function testing
Replies: 165
Views: 42971

Re: The Phoenix Hand (previously Eagle Hand) fabrication and mechanical function testing

@jamesdhatch - good suggestions, here's what I've tried so far: Cura - Adds way too much support and lacks a way to edit them. Simplify 3D - Super easy supports, but does not allow export as STL (gcode & proprietary factory files only). Meshmaker - Excellent organic support creation and editing,...
by dwardio
Thu Jan 21, 2016 5:54 pm
Forum: Beta Testing
Topic: The Phoenix Hand (previously Eagle Hand) fabrication and mechanical function testing
Replies: 165
Views: 42971

Re: The Phoenix Hand (previously Eagle Hand) fabrication and mechanical function testing

Hi Jason — as many other have said, this is an excellent design, and I'm glad to see the excitement that it's brought to the community. I just finished printing one at 110% on my UM2. The print came out almost perfect, but the supports are giving me a bit of bother. I recently modified my UM2 with t...
by dwardio
Mon Apr 06, 2015 6:40 pm
Forum: Arms
Topic: Question about sizing
Replies: 4
Views: 1348

Question about sizing

I've been working with an adult recipient on a RIT arm. As it happens, the forearm cup published on YouMagine (v.43) is perfectly proportioned, needing "only" to be scaled up to about 120%. So, here's my question -- what is the best way to: 1) keep the 6 mounting holes at the distal end of...

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