![K1 Hand.jpg](file-guid:7cf84b4e-43d1-4b89-8bdb-871937606a19 "K1 Hand.jpg")
To learn about what each of the above icons represents, please refer to the [Device Ratings Guide](wiki:/s/e-nable-devices/wiki/page/view?title=Device+Ratings+Guide "Device Ratings Guide").
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**Designer:** Evan Keuster
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](wiki:/s/e-nable-devices/wiki/page/view?title=Which+Design%3F#null "Which Design?") page.
The K1 Hand is an elegant, anthropomorphic hand that utilizes commonly available materials and 3D Printing. There is no metal hardware and all cords are recessed for aesthetic purposes and for a better quality user experience. This hand is intended for adults and young adults - including female veterans, teens going to prom, or an individual going to a job interview.\
The anthropomorphic design and recessed cords allow the user the option of wearing a glove over the device.
The attractive anthropomorphic design comes at a cost… This design is somewhat more difficult to print and assemble than some of e-NABLE’s other designs.
# Files and Resources
**STL Files:** [Link](https://3dprint.nih.gov/discover/3DPX-001705#)
**Source CAD Files:** Not available
**Instructions:** Not available
**Assembly Materials Kit:** Not available
**Video Tutorial:** [Link](https://youtu.be/EmHK9sLYq0o)
**e-NABLE Device Color Customizer:** [Link](https://bymu.eu/customizer/?device=k1-hand)