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Horse mounting ramp

February 9, 2018 in Solution

Via Airplanes and Rockets

Horse mounting ramp

This design looks perfect for riders with reduced mobility who need a walking frame or wheelchair. Simply roll on up to the platform where you’re at the perfect height to mount the horse.

Let us know if you give this one a try!

Download the Horse mounting ramp blueprints

Horse mounting ramp blueprints

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Wooden Boccia ramp

June 30, 2017 in Solution

This post is meant to show the steps taken to build a ramp for the adapted sport ‘boccia’. It is specifically designed to be played by people with cerebral palsy. A ramp is used to throw a ball to any direction the player aims to.

Via Physical Activity Materials & Disability

The materials used:

  • Three wooden planks
  • Tape measure
  • Pencil
  • White glue
  • Clamps
  • Carpenter’s brace
  • Bolts
  • Electric screwdriver
  • Fretsaw
  • As support:
  • Two wooden planks
  • White glue
  • Bolts
  • Hinges

 

NEXT STEPS:

  • Step 1, construction: In this step, we begin with the construction process of the ramp, in which two wooden planks are bonded using white glue and then screwed using an electric screwdriver.

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  • Step 2, assembly: In this step, we carry out the construction of the support so that it can be ready by the moment all materials are to be put together

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IMG-20141221-WA0027Step 3, painting: Once all parts are already built, we proceed with the painting of the ramp.

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Finally, having taken every aforementioned step, the last step is putting the pieces together and get our material ready.

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Via Physical Activity Materials & Disability

Remember to click the ‘This Solution Helped Me’ button at the top of this page if you give this a try!

 

Speed Shoe

September 29, 2016 in Solution

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Via Pinshape

A quick and simple solution for those who are unable to tie laces – give this a try!

Download the design files

Our sponsor charity DEMAND Design & Manufacture for Disability will be happy to help if you don’t have access to a 3D printer, just get in touch via their website.

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