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- 5Schofield, Jonathon
- 4Carey, Jason P.
- 2Adeeb, Samer
- 2Dawson, Michael R.
- 2El-Rich, Marwan
- 2Lewicke, Justin
- 13D printed composites
- 13D printing
- 1Artificial limbs--Automatic control
- 1Design of experiments
Sit-to-stand transfer (STS) is a common yet critical prerequisite for many daily tasks. Literature conducted on healthy STS often assume the body to behave symmetrically across the left and right side; yet only a few studies have been conducted to investigate this supposition. These studies have...
Evaluation and prediction of the tensile properties of continuous fiber-reinforced 3D printed structures composite structuresDownload
Three dimensional (3D) printing is a technique conventionally used to manufacture prototypes. Commercial desktop 3D printers have become available which produce functional 3D printed parts. The MarkOne by Mark Forged manufactures printed structures reinforced with continuous Carbon, Fiberglass or...
Purpose – This paper aims to evaluate the material properties and dimensional accuracy of a MakerBot Replicator 2 desktop 3D printer. Design/methodology/approach – A design of experiments (DOE) test protocol was applied to determine the effect of the following variables on the material properties...
Leg Dominance may not be a Predictor of Asymmetry in Peak Joint Moments and Ground Reaction Forces during Sit to Stand MovementsDownload
Sit-to-stand transfer is a common prerequisite for many daily tasks. Literature often assumes symmetric behavior across the left and right side. Although this assumption of bilateral symmetry is prominent, few studies have validated this supposition. This pilot study uniquely quantifies peak...
Advances in robotic medical technologies have enabled an emerging generation of upper limb prostheses capable of moving with the same complexity and fluidity as a human arm. Yet even the most advanced commercially available systems are unable to communicate sensations of touch and movement to the...