Research, print, and assemble a 3D printed prosthetic hand!
In this course, students will work in groups to create an E-nable prosthetic hand.
Duration: Up to (3) 40-minute sessions
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Group or Individual: Group
By the end of the lesson groups will:
- Use appropriate resources, methods, and tools to research and manage design projects and related activities;
- Apply appropriate methods for generating and graphically representing complex design ideas and solutions;
- Create, test, and analyse models and/or prototypes, using a variety of techniques, tools, and materials;
- Use a variety of formats and tools to create and present reports summarizing and evaluating the design process, to analyse decisions made during the process, and to advocate the final design.
- 3D Printer
- filament for 3D printer
- all of the assembly components from here
- at least one computer for each group
- 3D printer such as the Cubicon Single+
- licensed CAD software such as Fusion 360, Inventor, TinkerCAD or SolidWorks
- computer and mouse for each student or group for CAD design
- Familiarity with TinkerCAD or other 3D printing software