enabling3dpp has ended
Prosthetists Meet Printers: 
Mainstreaming Open Source 3D-Printed Prosthetics for Underserved Populations
Sunday Sept 28, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore MD. 


Crowd-sourced collaborative innovation is changing the face of modern medicine. e-NABLE, an online volunteer community of humanitarian technologists is leading the way by designing, building, and disseminating inexpensive 3D-printed prosthetics. 

Come join the e-NABLE organization and thought leaders in medicine, industry and public policy for a ground-breaking, industry-defining event at at Johns Hopkins Hospital that will include the delivery of donated prosthetics to children with upper limb disabilities. 

Help us bring 21st-century technologies, practices, and philosophies to prosthetists, parents, and patients. Help us develop enlightened policy recommendations and strategies in advance of FDA regulatory workshops in October.

Please visit enablingthefuture.org to read about the work we are doing, find open source hand design files to print and peruse the heart warming stories of the children, adults and Veterans who have been gifted these 3D printed hands from a global network of e-NABLE volunteers. 

Back To Schedule
Sunday, September 28 • 9:15am - 9:30am
e-NABLING the Future: A Vision and A Movement LIMITED

Sign up or log in to save this to your schedule, view media, leave feedback and see who's attending!

Limited Capacity seats available

How we got here.  

How we might change the world together. (Prosthetics for children and underserved populations around the world.  New markets and new methods for prosthetists and prosthetic makers, and a new approach to crowd-sourced humanitarian innovation).

How this conference is organized and what it hopes to achieve.


Jon Schull

Research Scientist, MAGIC RIT
A biological psychologist, inventor, entrepreneur, and human-computer interaction researcher, Jon Schull is the creator of e-NABLE, an online community that designs, customizes and fabricates affordable 3D-printed prosthetic hands for children and adults with missing fingers and hands. Created less than a year ago, the community boasts approximately 1300 members and is growing by about 10 percent per week. Schull, eNABLE, and its members have been featured in conferences, magazines, and news s... Read More →

Sunday September 28, 2014 9:15am - 9:30am EDT
Johns Hopkins Medical Baltimore, MD