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    More than a few of them appear to have come from...

    More than a few of them appear to have come from recent acquisitions or other related medical businesses. Permobil went through a relatively recent expansion and acquisition phase IIRC. None of...
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    No, but Google did, the top return: ...

    No, but Google did, the top return:

    http://www.permobil.com/en/Corporate/Company/Company/Group-Management-/
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    Yeah 20 years is kind of arbitrary. Especially...

    Yeah 20 years is kind of arbitrary. Especially when we can get new ones covered every 3-5 years for not much money.

    Also, if you're looking for super light you're probably gonna sacrifice...
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    Here is more:...

    Here is more:
    https://www.instagram.com/handsonconcepts/
  5. Thread: roho repair?

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    Ive always had a tough time with the submersion...

    Ive always had a tough time with the submersion method. Fully inflated it's a handful IMO. I add a little dish soap to a small spray bottle filled with water and squirt it around the cushion...
  6. Thread: New CareCure

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    I sure hope so. I'm working on that now. Seems...

    I sure hope so. I'm working on that now. Seems like the photo files are still present on the server so there is some hope. Linking them back in to posts seems daunting but if all the identifiers...
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    Thanks. We have tremendous technical support...

    Thanks. We have tremendous technical support from Paco. He is amazing at what he does. He has managed to address all the backend technical issues with the upgrade process to migrate and clean up...
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    Everything should transfer over. Working on...

    Everything should transfer over. Working on photos and avatars now.
  9. Thread: roho repair?

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    Those patches installed properly will last fine. ...

    Those patches installed properly will last fine. I get new holes before patches fail. Never had one fail really. Even placed on seams between cells and the base. Follow their instructions and...
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    I choose my most recent chair because I was...

    I choose my most recent chair because I was curious how close I could get to the fit and performance of my $7,000 Lasher Sport BT-Mg for as close to 1/10th the cost as possible. I choose the BT-Mg...
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    Our experiences are precisely why we shouldn't be...

    Our experiences are precisely why we shouldn't be left to make decisions based on inferences taken from single/small sample anecdotes and "personal experience". Your favorite chair that lasted 15...
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    I really don't think frame material matters. I...

    I really don't think frame material matters. I think we mostly perceive what we want to perceive and take material properties from MDS and other industrial applications and errantly apply them to...
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    my question remains, and has always been, given...

    my question remains, and has always been, given what I can get off the MDS for annealed (workable) 6al4v titanium vs heat treated 7000 series aluminum, the titanium is ~45% stronger but 60% heavier...
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    I thought titanium was heavier than aluminum? ...

    I thought titanium was heavier than aluminum? Atomically speaking I'm pretty sure it is. Only "lighter" when you use less of it because it's stronger. But when you do that it isn't (much if at...
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    I'm comparing my TiLite upholstery to some light...

    I'm comparing my TiLite upholstery to some light weight 64gsm ripstop nylon I have on hand (wife made a rain poncho out of it) and the TiLite stuff seems lighter. I dunno just eyeballing it really. ...
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    It's pretty low. Like 25-35 GSM at best. Very...

    It's pretty low. Like 25-35 GSM at best. Very low denier as well because the individual threads are tiny. Just guesstimating based on some TiLite upholstery I have compared to the 64GSM nylon I...
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    Since denier is about individual threads, also...

    Since denier is about individual threads, also consider gsm (grams per square meter). A high denier can still have a low gsm, meaning the weave is not very dense, so often won't be as strong/stiff...
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    I've bought this from Joanne before ...

    I've bought this from Joanne before

    https://www.joann.com/rip-stop-nylon/xprd560961.html

    Works.
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    One thing to note about caster angle and...

    One thing to note about caster angle and flutter...

    A fork angle that isn't perpendicular to the floor can actually increase the stability at the cost of agility. A caster angle that is off a bit...
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    Yes. Wheelbase is probably the most significant...

    Yes. Wheelbase is probably the most significant variable in the turning agility equation, assuming everything else is in good working order (bearings, etc.)
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    That is for running a 4K capture card in addition...

    That is for running a 4K capture card in addition to a GPU, and capturing a 4K video stream, not merely outputting 4K to a monitor. Using hardware acceleration in a GPU (which significantly offloads...
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    Manufacture home and "mobile home with a...

    Manufacture home and "mobile home with a foundation" are very different things. Manufactured homes are built like any other just mostly off premises then assembled on site in large sections. They...
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    It depends on the chair. This one might not be...

    It depends on the chair. This one might not be too bad. I've always had to break out the carpenter's square and get it up on a table to fiddle with it to get it exact. Eyeballing it is fine I goes...
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    Ronnie, If you're not familiar with what this...

    Ronnie,
    If you're not familiar with what this means, at the factory they make sure the vertical axis of the fork is perfectly perpendicular to the floor, so when the fork rotates around 360deg the...
  25. I heard it should be ready to cure us all in...

    I heard it should be ready to cure us all in about 5 years. ;)
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