e-NABLE is a global movement of volunteers using 3D printers to create free 3D-printed hands and arms for those in need of an upper limb assistive devices.

Spanning diverse political, religious, cultural, and personal differences, we work together to improve these open-source devices and to get them to to people who were born missing fingers or hands, or have lost them due to war, disease or natural disaster. Some of our best designers are themselves amputees!

The e-NABLE Community is made up of teachers, students, engineers, scientists, medical professionals, tinkerers, designers, parents, children, scout troops, artists, philanthropists, dreamers, coders, makers and every day people who just want to make a difference and help to “Give The World A Helping Hand.”

Looking for a device for yourself or someone you know? To learn how to make a device yourself, see this page. To learn how to have a device made for you by one of our volunteers, see this page.

Tinker Hive Proudly Supports the e-NABLE Foundation and their Mission, and it is our goal to continue to raise awareness and support the e-NABLE Foundation in the following ways.

1. Donations - 10% or Tinker Hives Merch and Swage sales Directly go to the e-NABLE collective fund.

2. Hosting and Sponsoring Local Community Awareness Events. 

3. 3D Print and donate limb assistive devices for Children and Adults in need.

4. Utilizing Social Media Platforms Such as Facebook, TikTok, Snap Chat, Twitter, LinkedIN, Instagram, YouTube, Vimeo and Flickr to promote e-NABLE awareness and spread the word about e-NABLE's mission, their organization, donation promotions, what they do and why they exist.

If you or someone you know might be interested in learning more about e-NABLE please direct them to this page or if you have any questions that I can help answer please reach out to me directly at support@tinkerhive.com

Since e-NABLE is a Global Community there are so many ways you can get involved. e-NABLE has local Chapters all over the World (and probably somewhere near you). It's quick and easy to sign up to volunteer, and they provide a lot of the files and resources that can help get you started 3D Printing a limb for someone in need.

Here is a list of some helpful links that I have taken directly from the e-NABLE Community Hub. Feel free to explore the community and take a look around, it really is an amazing Organization and one where you too can get plugged in a help make a difference in someones life!

e-NABLE Donation Page

e-NABLE wiki

eNabling The Future

e-NABLE YouTube Channel 

e-NABLE Facebook

e-NABLE Web Central

e-NABLE Design References

e-NABLE Device Color Customizer

e-NABLE News Letter Archives

e-NABLE News Letter Sign up Form

e-NABLE Atlas

e-NABLE Alliance

Open Source Human Anatomy


e-NABLE awards Badges to its members which we proudly display