Publication detail

Pilot study of the wrist orthosis design process

PALOUŠEK, D. KOUTNÝ, D. NÁVRAT, T.

Original Title

Pilot study of the wrist orthosis design process

English Title

Pilot study of the wrist orthosis design process

Type

journal article in Web of Science

Language

en

Original Abstract

Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to describe a manufacturing methodology for a wrist orthosis. The case study aims to offer new approaches in the area of human orthoses. Design/methodology/approach – The article describes the utilization of rapid prototyping (RP), passive stereo photogrammetry and software tools for the orthosis design process. This study shows the key points of the design and manufacturing methodology. The approach uses specific technologies, such as 3D digitizing, reverse engineering and polygonal-surface software, FDM RP and 3D printing. Findings – The results show that the used technologies reflect the patient's requirements and also they could be an alternative solution to the standard method of orthosis design. Research limitations/implications – The methodology provides a good position for further development issues. Practical implications – The methodology could be usable for clinical practice and allows the manufacturing of the perfect orthosis of the upper limb. The usage of this methodology depends on the RP system and type of material. Originality/value – The article describes a particular topical problem and it is following previous publications in the field of human orthoses. The paper presents the methodology of wrist orthosis design and manufacturing. The paper presents an alternative approach applicable in clinical practice.

English abstract

Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to describe a manufacturing methodology for a wrist orthosis. The case study aims to offer new approaches in the area of human orthoses. Design/methodology/approach – The article describes the utilization of rapid prototyping (RP), passive stereo photogrammetry and software tools for the orthosis design process. This study shows the key points of the design and manufacturing methodology. The approach uses specific technologies, such as 3D digitizing, reverse engineering and polygonal-surface software, FDM RP and 3D printing. Findings – The results show that the used technologies reflect the patient's requirements and also they could be an alternative solution to the standard method of orthosis design. Research limitations/implications – The methodology provides a good position for further development issues. Practical implications – The methodology could be usable for clinical practice and allows the manufacturing of the perfect orthosis of the upper limb. The usage of this methodology depends on the RP system and type of material. Originality/value – The article describes a particular topical problem and it is following previous publications in the field of human orthoses. The paper presents the methodology of wrist orthosis design and manufacturing. The paper presents an alternative approach applicable in clinical practice.

Keywords

3D digitizing, FDM, Rapid prototyping, Reverse engineering, Wrist orthosis

RIV year

2014

Released

03.01.2014

Publisher

Emerald Group Publishing Limited

Pages from

27

Pages to

32

Pages count

6

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT104552,
  author="David {Paloušek} and Daniel {Koutný} and Tomáš {Návrat}",
  title="Pilot study of the wrist orthosis design process",
  annote="Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to describe a manufacturing methodology for a wrist orthosis. The case study aims to offer new approaches in the area of human orthoses.
Design/methodology/approach – The article describes the utilization of rapid prototyping (RP), passive stereo photogrammetry and software tools for the orthosis design process. This study shows the key points of the design and manufacturing methodology. The approach uses specific technologies, such as 3D digitizing, reverse engineering and polygonal-surface software, FDM RP and 3D printing.
Findings – The results show that the used technologies reflect the patient's requirements and also they could be an alternative solution to the standard method of orthosis design.
Research limitations/implications – The methodology provides a good position for further development issues.
Practical implications – The methodology could be usable for clinical practice and allows the manufacturing of the perfect orthosis of the upper limb. The usage of this methodology depends on the RP system and type of material.
Originality/value – The article describes a particular topical problem and it is following previous publications in the field of human orthoses. The paper presents the methodology of wrist orthosis design and manufacturing. The paper presents an alternative approach applicable in clinical practice.",
  address="Emerald Group Publishing Limited",
  chapter="104552",
  doi="10.1108/RPJ-03-2012-0027",
  institution="Emerald Group Publishing Limited",
  number="1",
  volume="20",
  year="2014",
  month="january",
  pages="27--32",
  publisher="Emerald Group Publishing Limited",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}