How to Make a Mechanical Hand?

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Making a mechanical hand is a very detailed and complex process. It is not something that can be completed by a novice, as it requires great knowledge of electrical and mechanical components. Many specialized tools and equipment are needed for this advanced project, including multiple epoxies and glues, torches and punch tools, specialty welding parts, and springs. You should also have safety gear on hand for use when welding. This is not a do it yourself project.
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