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In third-world countries, it is hard to get good or even decent medical materials. What if you have been injured in a terrible accident where you lose a ...
Sitting at my house I first thought about how I could possibly support all of that weight, or at least how to keep the leg in place so ...
You will need: * 2 Liter Soda bottle (I used Pepsi) * Old Shoe * 1" Schedule 40 PVC¹ (This stuff is insanely strong, i could put all of ...
1. Take the soda bottle in your hand and either draw a line where the curve meets the straight edge or cut along the label 2. If you're ...
Rip small pieces of duct tape and put them on the rim of the dome as shown in the pictures.
Wherever the cut line was on the foot draw or put a line of tape on the other leg and measure there from that line to 1½ inches ...
Take your pipe-cutter (or hacksaw) and just cut on the lines you marked from before. That's it for this step
Were almost to the end, only a few more steps. This is pretty easy although it may look overwhelming at first. For those who know how to join ...
To hold the shoe in place we will use the left over soda bottle and some 1/2 inch PVC. What we will do is cut 3 pieces of ...
Take the PVC and put the epoxy in a thin layer around the top where the two parts meet. Then take the dome and put the epoxy around ...
To hold the leg in place to your body you could either :a. tape it on your leg, or b. drill two holes in the dome and attach ...
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