This is a simple parametric model for a stencil to create a bracer. The original intention is to simplify the creation of the leather bracer portion of the Talon Hand by profbink: (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:229620), but you could easily skip that bit to just make a pair of simple bracers too.
If you credit this and/or link back here for anything you do with it, that would be cool and I'd appreciate it, but this is so simple, I'm releasing it Public Domain. I'd love to see anything people make with this!
All parameters are measured and entered in millimeters.
For the three parameters:
-Wrist Arc is the circumference of the edge of the desired bracer that is closest to your wrist.
-Elbow Arc is the circumference of the edge of the desired bracer that is closest to your elbow.
-Length is the distance between those two lines.
Note: for the first two parameters, the measurements are the distance around your arm, not across. Use a string or flexible tape measure to get proper dimensions.
Also, the STL here is just to give an idea of what these look like, hence the name "Example". That one is scaled to my arm. If you want one scaled to you, you should download from the Customizer.