How to Request a Free e-NABLE Device
The e-NABLE Volunteer Community
has many volunteers around the world, ready to help you get a 3D printed device that would work for you, at no charge.
To get the process started, please create a login for e-NABLE Web Central
and create a new device request.
Then, upload your sizing photos. Watch this video
to learn how to take proper sizing photos.
Once you upload your sizing photos and mark the case as “Ready for Volunteer Review”, an e-NABLE volunteer will be able to help produce the device you need.
More information is available here
Frequently Asked Questions about the e-NABLE Volunteer Community
Thanks for your interest in the e-NABLE Volunteer Community! Below are some resources to help you learn more about how to get involved. CONNECT WITH THE COMMUNITY We now have a great Wikifactory group and forum: https://wikifactory.com/+e-NABLE/forum ...
How to Get Your Classroom Involved in the e-NABLE Volunteer Community
Many schools have seen great results through this kind of hands-on program that connects the students with something that makes a meaningful impact on someone's life. Here are some links to help you move forward with e-NABLE. The e-NABLE Hub - A ...
Want to 3D print parts for e-NABLE devices but not assemble them
If you’d like to 3D print parts for e-NABLE devices and have others assemble them, you are welcome to do so. The current recommended hand designs are the Phoenix v2 Hand and the Unlimbited Phoenix Hand. The current recommended arm design is the ...
How to Become a Volunteer with the e-NABLE Volunteer Community
Interested in changing someone's life? How about using your 3D printer to make a prosthetic device for someone who needs one? To get started, please refer to this page: http://enablingthefuture.org/lend-a-hand/ There’s also an excellent Instructables ...
Which 3D printer should I get for making e-NABLE devices?
Choosing the right 3D printer can be a difficult process. There are many options available, and a lot of it depends on your budget and preferences. Most 3D printers are capable of printing e-NABLE devices. I would recommend steering clear of “mini” ...