Using Otto Bock parts, this setup allows for a rather fast and reliable terminal device swap.
Category: Tricks with prosthesis
It is a known problem that long stumps don't allow to fit a lot of pin and wrist unit size unless the prosthesis ends up too long. Here is the workaround they built for me. There are shorter or smaller sized parts but why succumb!? A longer pin and longer bolt are nice because they offer greater mechanical stability.
There are a few applications that I found indispensable to start building up confidence in prosthetic use. They obviously center around what I find relevant in terms of doing.
You will find these to provide iron hard test units for your prosthetic setup. No force, no violence and no rage is happening here - this is pure skill building.
I was not able to fix the laundry rope one-handed or with the bare arm stump. So I used the hook for it and, no problem.
It appears to be the general opinion that one requires two hands to operate a computer, or at least a very sophisticated prosthesis. In my view, that does not appear to be necessarily the case.