In Episode 03 of 3D Universe Untethered, we spend an hour chatting with some of the co-founders of e-NABLE, a global community of makers using 3D printing to “Give the World a Helping Hand.”
Jeremy Simon and Jen Owen, along with fellow co-founder Jon Schull and 3D printed prosthetic hand user and designer, Peregrine Hawthorn sit down for a brief history of this global maker movement. Hear them talk about the thousands of volunteers who are using 3D printing to create free prosthetic hands and arms for those in need.
Learn how this volunteer community formed, how it has grown and changed over the past 9 years, and how they have impacted the lives of recipients, volunteers, school children, and thousands of makers in over 100 countries around the globe.
Hear Peregrine talk about designing and using their 3D printed e-NABLE device for the past 7 years and how they have modified it to help them as a professional welder! Check out Peregrine showing off their 3D printed “Claw hand” in the video below.