First they DELETE Jon's and my comments from their "6 million dollar man" type bionic hype article and edit it to make it less imbecile looking.
So I re-post the comment recently.
Then they laugh off 3D printing for everyone.…Continue
Added by Wolf Schweitzer on May 20, 2013 at 3:22pm — No Comments
I recently got an old very light weight Hosmer hook with dedicated angles and grooves made specifically for hand writing, painting and other calligraphic entertainment requiring to hold a pencil like item at the right angle.
What an item! Personally I find this tops just about any other terminal device that I have for office work.
Being a semi professional cartoon artist and avid artist for india ink drawing and paintings before my disability, and being an irreversible right…Continue
Added by Wolf Schweitzer on January 14, 2013 at 2:27pm — No Comments
After playing with my myo arm and other prosthetic arms (I mostly use a body powered arm), I found that wrist adaptations are underused.
Here are my thoughts for developing a better wrist control strategy.
Controlling a wrist does not have to be performed willfully. I suggest to use any type of measurement devices to control a wrist unit in a way that stabilizes a prosthetic hand or gripper in…Continue
Added by Wolf Schweitzer on December 13, 2012 at 7:03am — No Comments
Problem description and solution
Get a bar with this cross section and you are on a good way:…Continue
Added by Wolf Schweitzer on December 28, 2011 at 4:37am — No Comments
With my Ossur Upper X liners always after a few months the textile gray fabric comes lose and detaches from the silicone. That usually marks the death of these liners as it is hard if not impossible to keep that lose space clean. Dirt accumulates, detachement advances and mold grows. Humidity does not evaporate and the liner gets yucky.
Ossur told me to tell my technician. So I did. And my technician just sells me a new one and nothing has been understood or properly taken care of.…Continue
Added by Wolf Schweitzer on July 25, 2010 at 7:30pm — No Comments