Adapted from

The RIT Arm is an adaptive device people an arm with an elbow but no wrist. It can be actuated by bending the residual elbow (video) or via a bowden cable connected to a shoulder harness (video). The arm was originally developed by e-NABLE members at Rochester Institute of Technology (video).

STL files and instructions can be found HERE.

Version 2 can be found HERE.


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