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    • PROSTHETIC ACTUATION: A CASE FOR PNEUMATICS. 

      Plettenberg, Dick H. (2002)
      Electrically actuated hand prostheses have the disadvantage of a high prosthetic mass, a slow cycle time, vulnerability, and an excessive volume. Pneumatical actuation can overcome these disadvantages. To demonstrate the ...
    • PROSTHETIC CONTROL: A CASE FOR EXTENDED PHYSIOLOGICAL PROPRIOCEPTION. 

      Plettenberg, Dick H. (2002)
      To achieve subconscious prosthetic control the patient feedback present must be employed as completely as possible. This implies the use of control methods based upon the principles of extended physiological propriocep...
    • THE WILMER APPEALING PREHENSOR 

      Plettenberg, Dick H. (2005)
      A new type prosthetic prehensor for children aged 4 – 9 has been designed, constructed and build in an attempt to improve the appearance of the split-hook prosthesis. The new prehensor is a mechanically operated voluntary ...