The principles of artificial-hand design.


To REPLACE with a fully adequate substitute any living organ as complicated and as finely fashioned as the human hand is long apt to remain a virtually impossible task. The designer of hand prostheses must therefore accept at once the pre-established circumstance that, in any model he is likely to produce, he will be faced with the simulation of the… (More)


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@article{Fletcher1955ThePO, title={The principles of artificial-hand design.}, author={M. J. Fletcher and F. Leonard}, journal={Artificial limbs}, year={1955}, volume={2 2}, pages={78-94} }