Face to Face Wheelchair

Introduction: Face to Face Wheelchair

A set of add on handles for wheelchairs that make it easier to enjoy the talk

while taking a walk with your loved one.

Step 1: Choose Your Type of Wheelchair and Connector

Our add-on handles are designed to fit a verity of wheelchair designs.

Make sure you choose the right type of connection that fit your needs.

Step 2: Folding of the Handles

Bend the 720 mm metal pipes for handles according to the angles here

*If the place of connecting the handles to your wheelchair is not vertical, make sure to adjust this bending angle accordingly.

Step 3: Drilling

Drill a 6mm diameter hole in the marked place both on the wheel chair and on the handle pipe

Step 4: Printing

3D print the handle stoppers file attached

(STL file name : Handle stoppers) Using a bit of pressure, place at 3 cm height on the handle pipe .

Step 5: Inserting

Insert the pole push button spring into the handle pipe

Link for pole push spring - click here

Step 6: Basic Handles Connector- Done !

Place the handlebar grips and insert the handle pipe into the wheelchair .
Enjoy the walk with your new Face to Face handles!

Link for purchasing handlebar grips- click here

Step 7: For Add-on Connectors Only

Drill a 6 mm Diameter hole in the 150 mm length pipe

Step 8: 3D Printing

3D print the connector part (STL part name: Add On Connector)

Step 9: Placing

Using the metal bands, connect the 3D printed connector part and the 150 mm metal pipe to the wheelchair.

Link for purchasing metal band - click here

Step 10: Enjoy!

Insert the handles and enjoy the walk with your new Face to Face handles!

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    Ronna Farley
    Ronna Farley

    9 days ago

    I have never seen anything like this before! Great job!!!

    Alex in NZ
    Alex in NZ

    11 days ago

    What a great idea to help maintain eye contact with a child in a chair. Thank you for sharing your idea :-)