On September 9th, 2015, Danko Arlington delivered sixteen hands sets to Enabling the Future – a unique charity comprised of volunteers dedicated to helping people with hand abnormalities.
Using its state-of-the-art 3-D printing technology, the company was able to effortlessly download and create the custom polycarbonate plastic parts for e-NABLE’s latest “Rapter” design. After the printing process, the hand pieces are cleaned, buffed, and assembled with cables to allow wrist motion to closed the fingers.
For those who are born with hand disorders such as Poland Syndrome, this invention is a life changer. Danko Arlington is proud to be one of the thousands of Enabling the Future Volunteers making a difference in children and adults around the globe.