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Open Bionics develops and manufactures low-cost robotic bionic hands for amputees, researchers, and hobbyists.
The company makes robotic prosthetic hands affordable and accessible. Leading prosthetics can cost up to $100,000. By using emerging technologies like 3D scanning and 3D printing to customize bionic hands for each customer, Open Bionics can cut that down to under $1000.
Their 3D printed bionic hand kits and components are available for sale online.
The company’s products include the Ada robot hand, a five-degree of freedom robotic hand designed for researchers. This robotic hand takes roughly twenty hours to print on a desktop 3D printer, can be assembled in roughly one hour, and controlled via EMG sensors.
The company was founded in 2014 and is based in Bristol, United Kingdom.
Joel Gibbard, Founder and CEO
Samantha Payne, COO