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collaborating, and printing the easy way.

  • Create anything you can imagine
  • Collaborate with other 3D enthusiasts
  • Show the world what you’ve got

Latest designs

  1. Digipass wall holder

    A wall mount holder for the Digipass 250/260 security tokens used by many banks in scandinavia.
  2. Gluestick Holder

    A wall/pegboard mount for the triangular Tesa Easy Stick, the hands-down best glue stick for getting prints to stick to the UM2 bed.
  3. IKEA Upphetta replacement knob

    My brothers girlfriend bought a IKEA "Upphetta" coffee press the other day, and the knob broke even before she got home, i was of course up for the task of printing a replacement :-)

About YouMagine

YouMagine is an online community for everyone who’s eager to explore the world of 3D printing.

Want to work with other users and learn from each other? Go right ahead: YouMagine is about sharing and collaboration. Needless to say, everything you upload will remain your intellectual property which we encourage you to share.

At YouMagine you can print existing designs, but we’d love for you to give designing a try yourself. With our easy design tool that will be available soon, creating your ideas becomes a piece of cake.

YouMagine is a community in progress, so please feel free to share your ideas.

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    Roy Achiron wrote:
    THIS IS AWESOME. Great job. I'd like to print one of those ASAP for a recipient that has myriad of arm prosthetics, and is really interested in a 3D printed hand. I would need to account for the size of her prosthetic device, would you explain how it should be scaled to fit?
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    SkipMeetze wrote:
    Hi Roy, Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. Check out the tinkercad model at Unfortunately, it is not really scalable unless your are a "power user" of tinkercad. The design is (1) a proof of concept for using e-NABLE hands on existing prosthetic devices and (2) a custom prosthesis for one particular recipient. I plan to blog about the tinkercad process early in the year. Also, we are in the process of developing an adaptor that makes e-NABLE hands usable as a terminal device for prosthetist-created below-elbow devices in general. That may get you where you want to be with the potential recipient. Stay tuned.