Echo arm (prosthesis) Bad Batch

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LYCANFPV

New Member
I'm sort of new to prop building. I've 3dprinted 2 helmets. But I'm looking for advice or help with this project I want to do.
I want to build a scomp link like echo from bad batch. One with a coupler that could socket into my current prosthetic socket. Mine has detachable myoelectric hand
Any help or info would be appreciated.
I just got my 1st 3d printer ender3pro and obviously have 1 hand
 

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Blue Leader

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The SCOMP like itself looks fairly easily to model but to integrate into your prosthetic, is there anything that might need to be looked into so that it doesn't damage your prosthetic in any way? I really don't know anything about these things-- I mean, my uncle had a prosthetic leg but that's rather different-- but it's always good to play it safe. :)
 

Brig

New Member
Blue Leader I don't know about this particular model, but most of these are extremely durable. There are Olympian level athletes who compete with these things, so they have to be.

@LyconFPV If you're not looking for it to function, it should be pretty easy to make it adaptable to screw right in. I know some of these prosthetics have crazy attachments...I know a guy who has an entire set of kitchen cutlery that he can screw on when he's sparking up the grill.

Perhaps make a non-functioning one up front as a prototype, and then move on to a functioning one?

If the guys over at the R2 builders club don't have any blueprints, then start getting savvy on some 3D modeling programs. Tinkercad is relatively easy to start with, and Blender is also great but has a much bigger learning curve

I look forward to watching this unfold
 

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