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  • KenB131 commented on KenB131's instructable Becoming an E-NABLE Maker
    Becoming an E-NABLE Maker

    Hmm, you're right, this isn't very self explanatory. It's good that you have a github and youtube channel (do you?). Take some pictures of your device from, let's say, 3 different angles that show salient parts of the hand and its assembly, so the badge award team can get a good feel for your test device. Make sure the pics are from close enough that they can see the detail.Use a link to your github URL to the folder that holds your pics, and put that link into the evidence link on the submission page. If you also have a youtube channel, and a way to record video to load to there, record a video of the hand, navigating around it, pick it up and show the underside, describe anything you think might be relevant about filament type, layers, infill, etc. Put that youtube link into another of…

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    Hmm, you're right, this isn't very self explanatory. It's good that you have a github and youtube channel (do you?). Take some pictures of your device from, let's say, 3 different angles that show salient parts of the hand and its assembly, so the badge award team can get a good feel for your test device. Make sure the pics are from close enough that they can see the detail.Use a link to your github URL to the folder that holds your pics, and put that link into the evidence link on the submission page. If you also have a youtube channel, and a way to record video to load to there, record a video of the hand, navigating around it, pick it up and show the underside, describe anything you think might be relevant about filament type, layers, infill, etc. Put that youtube link into another of the evidence URL text boxes.NOTE: a video is not required but gives a much better feel for the quality of your work. Make sure you include (above the URL lines) the badge being requested. Hope this all makes more sense to you now. I'm sorry that you were feeling helpless when you got to this point.Reply back with any more questions.

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