MODELS - The ROM2 SPLINT

 
About the ROM2 Model

The ROM2 splint is the first prototyped model of the ROM splint series.  It is a dynamic 3-axis range of motion splint that allows the forearm to be locked at any angle of pronation or supination, the shoulder to be locked at incremental angles of internal or external rotation, and the elbow’s flexion and extension to be limited or locked at incremental angles.  The pictures, animations, and spin 360 models below illustrate the assemblies and components that comprise the splint and how they work to accomplish their objectives, which are outlined in the discussion on the About page.

Pictures

 
CAD Model Pictures

Front Right Perspective View

Back Right Perspective View

Back View

Top View

Right Side View

Left Side View

Perspective View

Elbow Flexion-Extension Disks Close-up

Thumbscrew Wrist Cuff Top Front Perspective View

Thumbscrew Wrist Cuff Bottom Front Perspective View

Strap Wrist Cuff Top Front Perspective View

Strap Wrist Cuff Bottom Front Perspective View

Perspective Close-up of Upper Arm Cuff Assembly

Prototype Pictures

Prototype Front Perspective View

Prototype Back Perspective View

Strap Wrist Cuff Top Perspective View

Strap Wrist Cuff Bottom Perspective View

Thumbscrew Wrist Cuff Top Perspective View

Thumbscrew Wrist Cuff Bottom Perspective View

Animations

 

Spin 360 Models

 
CAD Model with Manikin
CAD Model without Manikin

Herndon, VA

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