Posted in City of Makers, Maker Faire
Tagged 3-D printers, Cincinnati Museum Center, eepybird, LEGO, Maker Faire, oobleck, ping pong ball explosion, R2-D2, STEM, The Manufactory
Who doesn’t want a robotic hand? e-NABLE is making that happen for kids and adults through their innovative use for 3-D printers. Kids like Luke Dennison, who was born without fingers on his left hand, are not only gaining capabilities and more independence from these hands, but they’re also get something cool to show off to their friends. e-NABLE is a global Network of Passionate volunteers who use 3-D printing to give the world a “Helping Hand.”
Read more and watch how Luke uses his 3-D printed hand on this story from Local 12 WKRC Cincinnati here.
On Aug. 29-30, come see these 3-D printed hands up close at e-NABLE’s table at Cincinnati Mini Maker Faire along with many other displays from innovative makers from our region. This event is FREE with an All Museums Pass or a Membership to Cincinnati Museum Center.