# Versatile Elbow Operated Gripper (VEOG)
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**Designer:** Julian (Jules) Perrin
This is an elbow-driven device. To use this design, users must have a functional elbow that bends to force the fingers closed on the hand. For more information, see the [Which Design](wiki:/s/e-nable-devices/wiki/page/view?title=Which+Design%3F#null "Which Design?") page.
Versatile Elbow Operated Gripper (VEOG) The VEOG (Pronounced: Vee-O-Gee) is a digression from the existing limb designs in that it does not attempt to look like a normal hand. The rationale for the VEOG is that a limb that can provide the user with some added control over the gripping of items and still be produced on the smaller 3D printer. The intention is for the VEOG to be a supplement to the currently available elbow operated devices.
Main Features of the VEOG include:
* Positive grip
* Grips can be locked closed
* Grippers are rotatable 90 degrees
* Gripper will fit either left or right hand
* Adult size gripper can be produced on a smaller bed printer
# Files and Resources
**STL Files:** [Link](https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3706553)
**Source CAD Files:** Not available
**Video Tutorial:** Not available