3D-Printed Assistive Devices Division

About Our Division

Our team produces prosthetic arms and other assistive devices that are fitted for a specific recipient. The designs are prototyped and printed in our lab. They are free to children and teens with upper limb differences.

If this sounds interesting to you and you would like to be a part of it then you should definitely join! We are open to all students of all majors. No experience is needed!

How To Join


Anyone is welcome to join a device team and no experience is required. Start by filling out a member application and you will get an email to join the slack. After looking at the meeting times on the Excel sheet, check team availability and join Slack. Just message the captain about joining their team.

Member Application

Meeting Times

Here you can find an excel sheet with all our meeting times and available spots.

Becoming A Captain


Being a captain means leading a team in creating their project for the semester. You will be responsible for directing your team, guiding members to complete your project, and teaching members new skills.

Captains also have to be adaptable in case any sudden changes come about. They must also be able to work with the other captains, including those in different divisions.


In order to become a captain, you must:

  1. Have been involved for at least one semester in GRiP
  2. Be knowledgeable about the team you are applying for
  3. Be able to attend at least two events throughout the semester
  4. Be able to attend at least one meeting a week

Captain Applications

To apply to be a captain, look in the Slack channels towards the end of each semester. An application should be posted along with more information.

Hands Captains & Teams, 2022-2023

& Description
101Anastasia IzraztsovHand;
Sizing a hand for a recipient
102Lindsay LordHand;
Sizing a hand for a recipient
103Megan YipHand;
Sizing a hand for a recipient
104Ella KhawHand;
Sizing a hand for a recipient
105Kenai GupteHand;
Sizing a hand for a recipient
106Kathryn Kalouf,
Kellen McKenney
Bonus Hands;
Sizing and building hands for Hand Camp
107Lucas Budd,
Catalina Diez
Cooking Device;
Designing & sizing a task-specific cooking device
108Elizabeth RayTennis Racquet & Drumstick; Creating a tennis racket holder and drumstick holder
109Jared SimmonsTBD
110Nathan JonesTBD
111Ethan HaddorffTBD