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Bebionic Hand

The bebionic is a commercial prosthetic hand designed to enable amputees to perform everyday activities such as eating, typing, turning a key, and picking up small objects.

The bebionic is a commercial prosthetic hand designed to enable amputees to perform everyday activities such as eating, typing, turning a key, and picking up small objects.

Unlike previous prosthetic hands, the bebionic uses individual motors and microprocessors. The bionic hand works on electrical impulses generated from the biceps and the triceps of the amputee. These electrical impulses move the prosthetic hand into the required position.

The Bebionic Hand supports:

Deon Gouws

Bebionic Hand

" My new bionic hand is a fantastic tool that will allow me to regain my independence in taking care of basic daily activities like tying my own shoes."

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