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The Stampede Arm prosthetic is a high schooler’s attempt at an advanced, functional prosthetic arm. Chase Cromwell, Lamar High School Junior, has been developing the arm for 2 years. Nearly fully functional, The Stampede Arm is on the verge of being the next big thing.
Based in rural southeastern Colorado, The Stampede Arm uniquely uses modern maker technology like 3D Printers and Arduino micro-controllers to develop features and prototype new designs faster than previously possible for commercial applications.
The Stampede Arm’s next exhibitions will be at the Southeastern Colorado Regional Science Fair and the Colorado State Science Fair in February and April of 2019. Chase has exhibited and placed at 7 consecutive regional fairs and 4 consecutive State level fairs. (2 Regional and 2 State with The Stampede Arm project.)
The Stampede Arm is currently looking for volunteers with all varying levels of arm amputation. I’d like to work with individuals to scan, design and produce a prosthetic using my forward-thinking consumer first model. In exchange for feedback and testing, the beta prosthetic will be at no cost to the volunteer. Know someone? Are […]
Two Years of Prototypes, Failures and Awards Reviewed The Stampede Arm started in the fall of my freshman year with a deceivingly simple goal: build the best prosthetic with the lowest cost and the most functionality. In the last two years of development I have learned a lot, printed a lot, and come very close […]
This is a work in progress (but never complete) list of great resources for all of your DIY Electronics, 3D Printing, Project Sharing needs. See also Sponsors. Have something to add or suggest? Contact me. Facebook Groups Disclaimer: I am a moderator/admin in most of these facebook groups. 3D Printing Club – great for general 3D […]