Hand Support for Ping Pong Paddle

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Adapted Table Tennis Racket.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Adapted table tennis racket for person without fingers. The racket fits onto the person's hand and wrist. Racket paddle is constructed from 1/4 inch plywood, two side supports are made from 3/4 inch aluminum strips that are slightly longer than the hand and wrist. Bolt the supports to the racket. Secure a soft quilted snow mitten without the thumb between the side supports and place two wide elastic straps around the mitten and supports for greater rac

Adapted Table Tennis Racket.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Adapted table tennis racket for person using a prosthetic hook. Racket paddle is constructed from 1/4 inch plywood, with a handle made from 3/4 inch wood. An outline of the hook is drawn on the handle, and a knife is used to cut out the shape of the hook. The hook should fit snugly to keep the racket secure while playing table tennis. Includes drawing. SKILLS REQUIRED: Woodworking. AUTHOR: Jim Cowart TITLE: Teacher Made Devices for Archery, Badminton,

Parent Category: Racquet and Paddle
 
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