Can someone help me design a standing wheelchair?
What have you got so far?
If you have a moment, checkout the link below. I'm not sure why you are looking for a standing wheelchair, but I LOVE the idea
And If you are interested in designing around the disabled, you might find a home.
SolidWorks Students & Robots - Somewhere to learn, play and hone your craft ?
Otherwise, I'm no expert but how can we help ?
Here we go again!!!
Hello Kevin, have we been down this path ? again:)
Ashish, there are crazy contraptions on the market, but uncomfortable as hell.
Whenever you put someone vertical, you have to suspend their body weight.
There are fall protection devices such as harnesses that do suspend from the upper body, but you can't work in them suspended.
It's a problem
SIVA Portal - PERMOBIL ENTRA VERTICAL - Electronic wheelchairs - 122306S01
Yes we have
This is what happened to the last person that posted a request for us to do his course work, home work or job for them, without putting any effort in at all. Then had the nerve to say he would improve on it after the good people here were done
Below is some reading material
See Question #32 here FAQ - Part 2
And please review the post listed below for all the helpful comments for people that just want other people to do their work, you might learn something, how we appreciate helping, but first you need to make an attempt
TELEPHONE SUPPORT FOR CAR ! NEED HELP
C'mon, John Stoltzfus!! Here we are on other threads talking about best practices, favorite error messages, things our co-workers do to make our blood boil and what do you do? You create a circular reference between posts!
That's me - don't mind pole dancin - ohhhh
My Bad Dennis,
I was trolling for disabled Designers and vice a versa, and didn't notice that it was a 2 year old post
John Henderson wrote: My Bad Dennis,
John Henderson wrote:
Yes this is all your fault!
How dare you give ammo for John Stoltzfus's dysfunctions!
A wheelchair can be a wonderful liberator. Someone with a spinal cord injury can get around as quickly in a wheelchair as someone else can walking. For an older person with arthritis, a wheelchair can provide access to the world outside the home. For an active sportsperson, a wheelchair is the means to participate in marathons, basketball, and tennis. In some respects, a wheelchair is much like an automobile or a pair of shoes. It provides the interface between the body and the world around it. Like shoes, a proper fit is essential if a person is to maximize her/his potential and feel comfortable moving around in the world; like a car, design factors should take into account one's personal needs and interests http://healthyhowardmd.org/blog/two-types-of-wheelchairs-manual-and-powered/ .
So let's go back to John Burrill's comment...........
Show us what you have achieved so far and where you are stuck at, then forum members can assist you.............
I can help pick me....I will make you do the work and give you no real answers......l will be back from vacation in about 6 months so get started.....
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