![Forefinger Gripper Hand.jpg](file-guid:a8031375-b377-4a46-a88a-9df04a132be8 "Forefinger Gripper Hand.jpg")
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![Forefinger Gripper Hand.jpeg](file-guid:519260f2-f490-4de4-946a-a6e2d6d7f7d2 "Forefinger Gripper Hand.jpeg")
Designers: Dean Rock
The Forefinger Gripper Hand is a variation on the Snap Talon group of designs. It differs by providing a rigid forefinger in opposition to the elastic closure of the thumb. This enables a very functional "passive" closure grip and an augmented grip with three closing fingers for items such as a broom handle. The thumb strap holds a pen or other small item as well.
It attaches with the standard 1/2"FT bolt to any gauntlet designed for that setup.
The thumb is slightly longer than the finger at the closure point. This allows one-handed operation to open by pushing the thumb tip against an opposing surface. The fingers can be used by elbow-, wrist- (coming soon), or e-arm activation.
# Files and Resources
STL Files: [Link](https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3965525)
Source CAD Files: Not available
Assembly Materials Kit: Not available
Video Tutorial: Not available