Evan Booth, a man with true dedication to his craft, turned a Keurig coffee machine into a fully operational bionic hand in just over eight days (199 hours, 56 minutes, and 36 seconds to be precise). He also named it Hedberg. It's really quite remarkable; the only materials that didn't come from the Keurig K350 were adhesives and a 12v external power supply to power the hand.
Although the hand isn't strong enough to be a replacement appendage for the robot that Booth is likely building in his basement, it can lift objects like an empty glass and possibly, maybe even a coffee mug*. Remember this when the apocalypse arrives.