We will need money for raw prototyping materials such as 3D printing filament, particle board, adhesive, molding materials etc. For supporting QL+ and Tamar, we will feature your name or company on our website.
The current design intends to use EMG sensing pads to connect to Tamar’s nerves in order to fire the motors for movement and support. For your kind donation, we will put your social media handles on our club-wide email list.
To design a system to fully fit Tamars body we will be running a bone density scan and Biomechanical Gait analysis to create specifications for our model. Tamar and the QL+ Officers will give you a guided tour of the QL+ Laboratory on campus.
In addition to the control system, the exoskeleton will need to have structural support. Raw materials are our largest expense and will quickly surpass $300. In addition to all other benefits offered, Tamar and the QL+ Officers will send you a signed photo book showing the progress your kind donation has helped to move us forward.