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Abstract

Mallory Waayenberg likes to stay in shape. But when you’re born without a right forearm or hand, going to the gym becomes a difficult proposition. However, four Cedarville University mechanical engineering students are designing an attachment for her prosthetic arm that will allow Waayenberg to perform weight-bearing exercises with both of her arms.

Publication Date

11-16-2018

Keywords

Cedarville, Cedarville University, 3D technology, engineering, prosthetics


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