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Homemade writing slope

November 4, 2016 in Solution

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Make your own using 3 easy items.

  • Use a strong A4 binder (this one is a 3D ring 50mm binder)
  • A clipboard
  • A non-slip mat (you can buy this by the roll, however I found my small non-slip mat used for turning jars worked perfectly).

Simply assemble and you are ready to use it!

This is definitely an economical way to make a slope board and is perfect for those wanting to try out a slope board before paying for a longer term item. This homemade version cost me less than $15.

Via Your Kids OT

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3D printed nail holder

September 29, 2016 in Solution

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Via Pinshape

A one piece design to hold nails and keep delicate fingers out of the way of the hammer, this one’s a must have in you toolkit!

Download the design files

Our sponsor charity DEMAND Design & Manufacture for Disability will be happy to help if you don’t have access to a 3D printer, just get in touch via their website.

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Via Pinshape

Kindle Page turner

September 29, 2016 in Solution

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Via Instructables

If you struggle with the little buttons on your Kindle, this 3D printed sleeve with easy to press buttons might help!

Download the design files

Our sponsor charity DEMAND Design & Manufacture for Disability will be happy to help if you don’t have access to a 3D printer, just get in touch via their website.

Remember to click the ‘This Solution Helped Me’ button at the top of this page, or leave a comment letting us know how you got on with this solution!

Via Instructables

3D printed card holder

September 28, 2016 in Solution

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Via Thingiverse

Keep your cards in hand and away from prying eyes with this 3D printed card holder.

Download the design files

Our sponsor charity DEMAND Design & Manufacture for Disability will be happy to help if you don’t have access to a 3D printer, just get in touch via their website.

Remember to click the ‘This Solution Helped Me’ button at the top of this page, or leave a comment letting us know how you got on with this solution!

Via Thingiverse

Selfie stick support

September 28, 2016 in Solution

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Via Thingiverse

Take the stress out of selfies with this easy to handle aid!

Download the design files

Our sponsor charity DEMAND Design & Manufacture for Disability will be happy to help if you don’t have access to a 3D printer, just get in touch via their website.

Remember to click the ‘This Solution Helped Me’ button at the top of this page, or leave a comment letting us know how you got on with this solution!

Via Thingiverse

Pencil topper and page turner

September 28, 2016 in Solution

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Via Thingiverse

A nifty pencil topper that lifts your pencil off the table so it can easily be picked up. Download the design files and give this fix a try!

Download the design files

Our sponsor charity DEMAND Design & Manufacture for Disability will be happy to help if you don’t have access to a 3D printer, just get in touch via their website.

Remember to click the ‘This Solution Helped Me’ button at the top of this page, or leave a comment letting us know how you got on with this solution!

Via Thingiverse

PS4 Trigger extentions

September 28, 2016 in Solution

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Via Thingiverse

Orininally designed for a friend with muscular dystrophy, these trigger button extensions could be just the ticket to make your controller usable.

Download the design files

Our sponsor charity DEMAND Design & Manufacture for Disability will be happy to help if you don’t have access to a 3D printer, just get in touch via their website.

Remember to click the ‘This Solution Helped Me’ button at the top of this page, or leave a comment letting us know how you got on with this solution!

Via Thingiverse

Earphone hearing aid adapter

September 28, 2016 in Solution

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Via Thingiverse

The designer of this product found that he couldn’t wear earphones while using his hearing aid. This nifty aid places the earphone right next to the microphone on the hearing aid, so the music can be transmitted through it!

Download the design files

Our sponsor charity DEMAND Design & Manufacture for Disability will be happy to help if you don’t have access to a 3D printer, just get in touch via their website.

Remember to click the ‘This Solution Helped Me’ button at the top of this page, or leave a comment letting us know how you got on with this solution!

Via Thingiverse

Accessible Games Controllers

September 14, 2016 in Solution

Via Hackaday

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This controller has been designed to replace a traditional mouse and keyboard. It’s 3D printed and completely customisable so each button can be placed on a lap board or wherever is convenient for the gamer.

Here’s the files you’ll need to get making!

D-pad

Quad button

Thumbstick

Single Button

Controller mount

Remember to click the ‘This Helped Me’ button at the top of the page if you give this a go!

Via Hackaday

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