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Internal Structure February 10, 2008

The original internal limb prototype utilized a thin length of wire strung through the limb to support the connecting ribbon. I have changed the wire to a length of 1/4 dowel. This adds a stronger root to the connecting ribbon and does not puncture the external plaster of the arm. The dowel itself is not secured in any way other than being wedged between the two sides of the limb. Once the insulation is injected, it will secure the dowel within its strong, foamy bosom. Once dry, I’ll cut away the excess and cover the opening with a layer of plaster bandage.

Arm Interior Arm Interior 2

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