How to Make an e-NABLE Device for Yourself
## Make a Device for Yourself If you are interested in building your own 3D printed upper limb device and have access to a 3D printer, here is the information you will need to get started: 1. Decide which kind of device is recommended for the limb different person in need.\ Visit our [Devices](https://hub.e-nable.org/p/devices) page to see what your options are and choose from the designs that are currently available and recommended for those types of limb differences. Please note, that the e-NABLE Community does not currently have designs for above elbow limb differences, so the recipient or user must have a functional wrist or elbow to make these devices function properly. 2. Make sure to take photographs correctly to ensure a proper fit. Watch the [tutorial video](https://youtu.be/ewdC3BVUNmg) to learn how to take images that will help you get the measurements you need to create a device that will fit properly. 3. Refer to the [e-NABLE Device Sizing](https://hub.e-nable.org/content/perma?id=391) page to learn how to properly size an e-NABLE device. 4. Check out the [e-NABLE Devices](https://hub.e-nable.org/p/devices) page for tutorials, assembly kits and other helpful information! If you have any questions along the way, feel free to ask our volunteers by posting a message in the [forum](https://hub.e-nable.org/s/e-nable-forum/space/space/home). If you would like to make your own device but do not have access to a 3D printer, check out our [e-NABLE Chapters page](https://hub.e-nable.org/p/e-nable-chapters/?filterN=Chapter), which includes a searchable map of e-NABLE Chapters. This map includes many libraries and makerspaces that may have 3D printers available for public use. You can also check this [Google Map](https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/viewer?mid=1plLHXcVgwR2Ide4U1Ipl4dknZVU&ll=17.266592752140845%2C-129.61664784999994&z=2) for libraries with 3D printers available. **Please note:** It is very important that you work with your physician, occupational therapist, physical therapist or prosthetist when using a 3D printed open-source e-NABLE device.