Sign language is already difficult to learn; adding on the difficulty of learning movements from static online pictures makes it next to impossible to do without help. We came up with an elegant robotic solution to remedy this problem. Handy Signbot is a tool that translates voice to sign language, displayed using a set of prosthetic arms. It is a multipurpose sign language device including uses such as: a teaching model for new students, a voice to sign translator for live events, or simply a communication device between voice and sign. The bulk of the movement control is written in NodeJS, using the Johnny-Five library for servo control. Voice to text is process using the Nuance API, and text to sign is created with our own database of sign movements.