So you broke the glass pot of your coffee machine, so what now? Well, you could always build a bionic hand… Now this might sound incredibly far-fetched, but YouTuber Evan Booth built a functional bionic hand using only the parts from a Keurig coffee machine.
Clocking a total of just under 200 hours – or five average work weeks for most – Booth constructed the hand called Hedberg without the use of plans. His non-coffee machine items used are adhesives and a 12v external power supply, and the tools used include a rotary tool, heat gun and common hand tools.
Watch the time-lapse of the 199 hours, 56 minutes and 36 second build above.
Video and image credit: Evan Booth
Source: The Next Web