Mizu Laboratory, 3D printed assistive devices, selfhelp for the elderly, arthritis, disabled, inclusive design

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水ラボラトリの 3D Print design は "Cool & Functional"
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The touchless tool is now on available on Thingiverse

THINGIVERSE URL:

https://www.thingiverse.com/mizu_labo/designs

This “non-contact” tool is designed so that it can be used in various situations such as in the subway, shopping, and in the restroom where fingers come into direct contact. Specifically, the basic structure is a hairpin-shaped body with support parts for fingers at both ends, and the structure is simple so that it can be easily created with an inexpensive small 3D printer. This tool is multi-functional enough to grab a doorknob with a hairpin-shaped tool head, hook a door lever or strap, and to grab a thumb turn with the tool support, press an elevator floor button.