The Pen holder helperis a pencil or pen holder designed for individuals to use with a universal finger cuff. The device is intended for users with arthritis or other grasping or upper extremity disabilities. The key guard and pen holder adjust right or left and can be used with any utensil holder. It provides stability while the user writes.
The Handle-opener for soda can is designed for individuals with arthritis or fine motor, grasping, or upper extremity disabilities or weakness. The device is made through 3D printing material and is designed to offer easy grasping while opening a soda can.
The Sock Helper Mobility Aid is a prototype designed for individuals with arthritis or lower extremity or mobility disabilities. The design incorporates a non-printed pole to lift and drop the 'Sock Helper'. This pole should be cut to around 60 centimeters and can be made from a 20 millimeter (3/4 inch) PVC tube or a similar sized dowel or broom stick. The pole then inserts into the base where there is a hole to secure it with a screw. There are two tabs on the end of the channel that are used t
The Syndactyly orthosis is a do it yourself orthosis used to keep fingers in the right position, for individuals with malformation of the hand.
The Cutlery Adapter is a prototype designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or grasping disabilities, spinal cord injury, or arthritis. The device allows users with difficulties with hand movement to eat and cut food. The internal channel can be changed in order to hold different things like a thicker cutlery, a tooth brush, a pencil, etc.
The Modular Glass Handle Helper is a do it yourself product designed to assist users with weak hand grip, hand contracture, or osteomyelitis. The glass grip device is designed to offer an opening for each finger so as to ensure better grip. It is fixed with Velcro on the glass and adjusts according to the opening of the hand and the size of the glass.
The Levered-Power Wheelchair is a prototype designed for individuals with mobility disabilities. This device includes a hand lever that activates secure hitching to the frame of the wheelchair. It allows any wheelchair to be powered in a rowing motion.
The Wrench Palm Adapter is a prototype design for users who cannot grasp properly or who have muscle deterioration symptoms. This device is intended for people who lost finger movement or limited finger mobility. The adapter lets the user use a wrench by moving their palm.
The Hearing Amplifier is a do it yourself product for users with hearing disabilities. It is an affordable alternative for those who can’t afford a regular hearing amplifier. It is also eco-friendly and can be recycled after being disposed. They are fully recyclable and remove the need for expensive and environmentally detrimental batteries.
The Bigmax- Simple voice recorder/player device is a prototype designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The device consists of ISD1820 voice recorder module adapted to be used with additional pushbuttons, and externally controlled (3.5 audio jacks). The device is intended to be used with the photo module (available at very low cost on Aliexpress), but can be adapted to be used with other versions.
The Bigmax V2 (ISD1820 version) is a prototype recorder designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This is the second version of the Bigmax communicator and is intended to be used with a single button (play function). The device is intended to be used in speech stimulation therapies. This version works with an ISD1820 module, bought from aliexpress.
The Remixed Gripper Palm Terminal Device is a do it yourself product designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities and hand amputees. The prosthetic palm is a 3D printed device that produces grasping action that that closely reflects that of the human hand.
The Gripper Thumb Terminal Device is a do it yourself 3D printable prosthetic designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities and hand amputees. The Gripper Thumb TD allows the user to grasp and release objects using the unaffected hand rather than a Bowden cable. Pressing an object against the frictional surface of the thumb tip can force the thumb to be pulled away from the fingers for an object to be gripped. Tasks with small objects (such as taking the nut off of a machine
The Split Keyboard is a do it yourself 3D printable keyboard designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome or other repetitive motion injuries or other disabilities of the hand or wrist or with limited range of motion. This keyboard comes in two sections and comes with a right- or left-mounted pad. The full keyboard has 70 keys, and can be filled with 1u keys from a 104 key set caps.
The Ball Adapted Marker is a prototype designed for use by individuals with arthritis or limited manual dexterity or gripping ability. The device clips in the back of a marker with the cap removed. Additionally, the device has a ball adapted grove for thumb placement.
The Long Slot Post for Sixth-Finger / Sixth-Toe Capacitive Stylus is designed to aid people with arthritis or fine motor disabilities or other gripping disabilities. The device is intended to aid those with limited hand function in using modern electronics devices by providing the required precision for typing, using touchscreens, and pressing buttons without needing to grasp a stylus or point a finger.
The Ball Grip Pen Adapter is a do it yourself 3-D printable designed for use by individuals with arthritis or limited manual dexterity or gripping ability. The device is intended to be used with pencils or stylist. Additionally, the device has a ball adapted grove for thumb placement.
The Nail Clipper Holder is a do it yourself product nail clipper holder designed to make clipping nails a less strenuous task for people with gripping issues and limited finger dexterity. It can be used by people with arthritis, fine motor disabilities or grasping disabilities. The device has two separate parts: a holder to contain a standard size nail clipper and a large force applicator so users can clip their nails by pushing down on it with their palm or hand.
The Palm Pen Holder is a 3-D printable writing splint that slips onto the palm. It is designed for users with arthritis, fine motor disabilities, grasping disabilities, or who have limited grip strength or finger dexterity. Users can gently curl their fingers around the handle to hold it securely or hook their thumb around the writing utensil. It has a large hole that can accommodate various writing tools width. Additionally, the pen slot can accommodate writing and drawing utensils as large as
The Walking Cane Handle is designed for use by individuals with balance, lower extremity, or walking disabilities. The cane handle allows the user to utilise both hands to get out of a chair; the ridge running along the handle allowed us to use glow-in-the-dark paint to help locate the cane at night time, and the hook comfortably latches onto the wrist for greater mobility. The handle is sized to accommodate a 25 millimeters diameter dowel as a shaft, cut to the appropriate size (there are many
The Two handed milk carton holder is DIY device is designed to enable users with poor hand grip to pick up and pour a milk carton or juice carton. The carton holder is designed to support ½ pints of milk carton without any assistance.
The Jelly Bean Switch on Loc-Line is designed for use by people with upper extremity disabilities. This device is a Loc-Line holder for a 2.5 inch Jelly Bean switch. This is for the three hole switch and the holder allows the switch wire to be placed inside the Loc-Line and away from potential damage. For the switches without the 3 holes just Velcro the switch to the top. Uses a ¾ inch NPT threaded Loc-Line starter to connect to the holder. If the loc-line is too long (20+ inches) the user may h
The Tige De Pression is designed for individuals with limited use of hand or grasping disabilities. The device allows the user to point and press various keys such as telephones, remote control and more button devices.
The Hand Guide for Lock is designed for use by individuals with grasping disabilities or limited use of hand. The device is designed for users with difficulties in finding the hole to unlock the door. The hand guide makes it easier to guide and unlock the door.
The Phone Grips is designed for use by individuals with upper or lower extremity, grasping and mobility disabilities. The device is designed to place the phone inside the grip holder and thus making it easier to grab the phone.
The Open Assistive Technology - Key Turner is a 3D printable do it yourself device designed for use by individuals with limited grasping ability or hand strength. The key turner can be operated with a minimum of one finger and can accommodate a maximum of three fingers. The device can fit comfortably in a pocket and with the fluorescent color it lends itself to easy identification even in low light settings.
The Cane Contigo Bottle Holder is a 3D printable do it yourself device designed for use by individuals with walking or balance disabilities. This device is designed to make life a little bit easier by enabling the user to carry a Contigo water bottle while using a quad cane.
The Assistive Technology Mouse (ATMouse) is a do it yourself device designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities, Parkinson's disease, or paraplegia. This device is intended to be an assistive technology solution for computer users that due to disability or physical condition find it difficult to use a regular mouse but are still able to push buttons.
The Joystick for keyboard is a do it yourself designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or grasping disabilities. This joystick allows proportional control and is use on the arrow keys of the numeric keypad.
The Support de bouteille is a do it yourself designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities, arthritis, or grasping disabilities. This technical aid prevents the bottle from falling down when someone is drinking. This system is especially useful for people confined to bed who drink with a long straw. A nonskid material fixed under the support is strongly recommended in order to avoid the bottle from slipping.
The Compact Hanger is a do it yourself device designed for use by individuals with fine motor, upper extremity and neurological disabilities. The device is a compact hanger that can support the weight of a backpack or any standard bag.
The Abridor adaptado modelo PEG is a do it yourself device designed for use by individuals with arthritis and other hand and upper extremity disabilities. The device has a double face to unscrew the cap on one side and the other side has a skewer to pinch sealing layers.
The Loc-Line Echo Dot Bracket is a do it yourself device designed for use by individuals with mobility or lower extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This bracket is intended to support the weight of the Amazon Echo and DOT with a ½ inch Modular Hose, Loc-Line tube and a clamp so that the Dot can be positioned closer to the user.
The Gripper Adapter is a do it yourself device designed for use by individuals with fine motor or grasping disabilities or arthritis. This device uses a grip adapter cubi that allows the user to pour wine in their cup. The adapter is made of 3D printable material and includes two operation parts for it to work.
The Personalized Cuff Utensil Holder is designed for users with arthritis and grasping, fine motor or neuromuscular disabilities to hold and manipulate eating utensils. This device is focused on support for eating but the design could be extended easily to other objects. The utensil holder is made of 3D printable material and includes two orientations to support both forks/spoons and knives.
The Adjustable Universal Shoulder Stock is a do it yourself device designed for use by individuals with fine motor or grasping disabilities or arthritis. The device is use for cameras, binoculars, spotting scopes or other hardware with standard ¼ inch tripod threads. The shoulder stock is designed as assistive hardware to make birding more accessible to people with a hand steadiness condition, but really improves steadiness of hand-held optics for everyone.
The PipClip assistive draw is a do it yourself device designed for users with arthritis, grasping and upper extremity disabilities. This device adapts to any hand and is able to modify to its horizontal or vertical grip as required. Modification up to 90 millimeters.
The Key Turner is designed for use by individuals with limited grasping ability or hand strength. Users loop their finger through the hole and twist to lock and unlock doors with minimal wrist movement. The large key bed can accommodate various shapes of key head.
The Finger Pen Holder (Horizontal) is designed for users with arthritis, fine motor disabilities or grasping disabilities. The finger pencil holder is a small accessory that snaps onto a finger digit that holds a writing utensil. It is useful for those with grasping disabilities and still provides movement in the wrist or hand. This horizontal style can be used on the thumb or index fingers.
The Motorized Dice Roller is designed for use by individuals with fine motor, grasping, or upper extremity disabilities. This dice roller allows people who need accessibility tech to "roll" the dice. Use it to play games like Yahtzee, left right center, math activities, war with dice, rock paper scissor dice and even bowling dice.
The Support de verre (Glass holder) is designed for users with upper extremity, neurological, or mobility disabilities. The glass holder is intended to assist the user hold or lift the device. This makes it possible for the users to stabilize the glass with minimum strength.
The Pen Grip Ball is a do it yourself 3-D printable designed for use by individuals with arthritis or limited manual dexterity or gripping ability. This device is made of molded 3D printing material and is lightweight. The grip ball is intended to be used with pen or pencils.
The Mouth stick is designed for users with severe physical disabilities. The device features a mouthpiece made of rubber and the tip is used as a typing stick for electronic devices. The hole of the mouthpiece is 10 millimeters (not accounting for tolerance).
The Key enlarger/key turner assistant is a prototype designed for users with limited grasping ability or hand strength. The key enlarger should be sturdy enough with not more than 25% infill. The turner provides a large grasping surface and leverage for turning the key.
The LipSync is designed for use by individuals with limited hand mobility to use touchscreen devices by manipulating a mouth-operated sip-and-puff joystick. The unit allows users to control an on-screen cursor with minimal head movement, enabling them to independently send text messages, make phone calls, and browse the web. It can be used with most Android and Windows phones & tablets, and all laptops/desktops. iPhones and iPads are currently incompatible as iOS does not support on-screen c
The 4 Cup Coffee Caddy is designed for use by individuals with mobility disabilities. The plastic tray is designed to handle any size of hot or cold beverage drinks. Additionally, the device is sturdy, durable and reliable for users with grasping disabilities.
The Acupressure Hand Massager for Carpal Tunnel is designed for use by individuals with upper and lower body disabilities. The carpal tunnel is designed to provide appropriate acupressure and massage at the same time. Additionally, the device is design as a wrench that prints in 2 separate pieces that link together along with an attachment which should be printed in TPU for comfortability.
The Spoon holder is designed for individuals with grasping disabilities, arthritis, or limited hand function. The device is molded so the user can manipulate their fingers while grabbing the spoon holder. Additionally, other type of utensils can be used with the holder.
The Support De Bol is designed for use by individuals with use of one hand or with upper extremity spacity, tremors, or disabilities. The device allows the user to grab and tilt their bowl with one hand. This makes it easier for the user to grab a spoon and eat at the same time.
The Neater Eater cutlery adapter is designed for use by individuals with arthritis or limited grasping ability. The adapter is design to work with spoon, fork, knifes and other utensils. The device has an opening of 3 x 15 millimeters and is very adjustable.
The AT Simple switched dice roller is designed for use by individuals with fine motor, grasping, or upper extremity disabilities. The device works by pushing the outer rim or activate it by connecting with the batteries. The device includes 2 x AAA batteries and a 3.5 millimeter jack.