3D printed assistive yellow and red device designed for a young user

Made:
2018 in Swansea
3D printed assistive yellow and red device designed for a young user (assistive device) 3D printed assistive yellow and red device designed for a young user (assistive device) 3D printed assistive yellow and red device designed for a young user (assistive device)

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3D printed assistive yellow and red device designed with a Gryffindor House from Harry Potter theme, designed by Drew Murray, for a young user, Isabella, made by Team UnLimbited, Swansea, Wales, 2018

After Isabella agreed to try out an assistive device, her family were introduced to Stephen Davies, a volunteer who made Isabella’s first 3D printed device in his shed. Isabella’s family could not find a device that suited Isabella or her personality. Davies was a volunteer for e-NABLE an online community who 3D print assistive devices for free. Inspired by this experience, Stephen partnered with the maker of his own device, Drew Murray, to set up Team UnLimbited. Their first design the ‘Isabella’ is freely available online.

Each user of a Team UnLimbited device influences the design and colour choice to reflect their personalility and favourite things.

Details

Category:
Orthopaedics
Object Number:
2019-510
Materials:
plastic (unidentified) and metal
Measurements:
overall: 110 mm x 470 mm x 105 mm,
type:
assistive device