Phoenix v2 Hand Hand Designs [Currently Recomm...
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--- ![Phoenix v2.jpg](file-guid:6788ec58-17a9-4370-81fd-ad061a7d41a5 "Phoenix v2.jpg") To learn about what each of the above icons represents, please refer to the [Device Ratings Guide](https://hub.e-nable.org/s/e-nable-devices/wiki/Device+Ratings+Guide "Device Ratings Guide"). --- !(file-guid:613b6515-5985-4799-8eb2-6c26e84a8ee3 "03_Phoenix v2 (1).jpg") **Designers:** Jason Bryant, John Diamond, Scott Darrow, and Andreas Bastian **Description:** This is a wrist-powered device. To use this design, the user must have a functional wrist and enough palm to push against the device to force the fingers closed when wrist is bent. For more information, see the [Which Design](https://hub.e-nable.org/s/e-nable-devices/wiki/Which+Design%3F#null "Which Design?") page. This is a remix of the original e-NABLE Phoenix hand by Jason Bryant with replacement components by John Diamond, Scott Darrow and Andreas Bastian. The changes from the original are as follows: * **Gauntlet** – Original fully 3D printed version replaced with a thermoformed equivalent (lighter, stronger, uses less filament, quicker to print and can be adjusted to better fit the forearm) * **Gripper box components** – Whippletree doesn’t require tying to the swivel pin using string. The printing support from the swivel pin should be cut/snipped/filed off before assembly. The thumb tensioner pin is shorter so it doesn’t need to protrude from the front of the gripper box. * **Thermoformable palm mesh** – An easier to assemble alternative to using Velcro in the palm. Can be thermoformed and adjusted to fit the recipient. Two alternative versions, thin/thick, are provided. * **Palm with supports** – The support structure uses less filament than the original and can be easily, safely and cleanly removed by hand usually without tools. * **Demo bar** – Used instead of the palm mesh if the hand is to be used for demonstration purposes. It allows a person with a full set of fingers and thumb to wear the hand and operate it. * **Wrist pin** – This pin has been shortened to allow it to be used with the thermoformed gauntlet. --- # Files and Resources **STL Files:** [Link](https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1453190) **Source CAD Files:** Not available **Instructions:** [Link](https://cdn.thingiverse.com/assets/dd/6b/45/30/fc/Phoenix_v2_assembly_guide.pdf) **Assembly Materials Kit:** [Link](https://shop3duniverse.com/collections/3d-printable-kits/products/phoenix-hand-by-e-nable-assembly-materials-kit) **Video Tutorials:** [Video 1](https://youtu.be/Der_DD2_zps), [Video 2](https://youtu.be/BihhKHjguZY), [Video 3](https://youtu.be/dW5B_CeJtd8) **e-NABLE Device Color Customizer:** [Link](https://bymu.eu/customizer/?device=enable-phoenix-hand-v2)
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