Adaptive Nail Clipper Holder

The nail clipper holder is a low-cost, 3D-printed handheld tool that makes clipping nails a less strenuous task for people with gripping issues and limited finger dexterity. This 3D-Printed Assistive Device has two separate parts: a holder to contain a standard sized nail clipper and a large force applicator so users can clip their nails by pushing down on it with their palm or hand.

Place Holder form

Makers Attribution: The Adaptive Nail Clipper Holder was created by Makers Making Change. Here are the files for the Adaptive Nail Clipper Holder.

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Tom is the Outreach and Training Coordinator at TechOWL. Before starting at TechOWL in 2019, Tom worked as an English Teacher through the Fulbright Commission in Uruguay as well as a Social Worker and Spanish interpreter in the foster care system in North Philadelphia. As a person with dyslexia, Tom is passionate about readability and website accessibility. Along with managing TechOWL’s social media platforms, Tom also co-leads the Fabrication program CreATe together and assists with managing the TechOWL website.

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