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09/16/2011

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Mwwcs Zeavu

Hello.This article was really interesting, especially because I was looking for thoughts on this matter last Monday.

Henry garcia

...some great innovation, along with a wonderful story ! =) ...thanks for sharing ! =)

Tommy

Matt,

You ask a lot of questions which I cannot answer. Your best bet is to contact Seth Astle, the inventor of the Cadence Concept Prosthetic Limb. Here's his email address:

sethastle@gmail.com

thanks for visiting my blog, and hope you will return regularly.

Tommy

Matt

Why not just rivot an SPD style cleat into an existing foot design with multiaxial rotation? Such as the Talux, Veriflex, BioQuest Perfect Stride II, C-Walk, Luxon Max, or DPII? Is it really such a good idea to re-invent the wheel when it already rolls? The cadence looks nice but what about limb lengths? How does it walk? Where is your alignment adjustment? Can they be mass produced efficiently? Do they allow for several suspension designs? Are they durable? Can you get L-codes for it? Who will pay for it? Who will buy a foot that costs more than the bike? Just saying...

Tommy

Seth, thank you for email and nice compliment. Will look into Bespoke Innovation. Tommy

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Well I really like the concept of SETH ASTLE..it will really work..

joanelectricscooter

This is a wonderful story- once he gets tired- he could go to the electric bicycle. This was a very touching article.

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This is an appreciable work by Art Center College of Design student Seth Astle...You have got great skills.

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