This is a little article (i guess) that I wrote to help a friend (Andres Tapia) with his book. The book was released in February 2008 and was called "The Inclusion Paradox". But this is just something he asked me to put together regarding everyday life of a disabled person. Dont mind the blanks. I was trying to fill in my own versions of another article and I couldnt relate those parts. It is all about perspective, I guess.
John Disabled Dichotomy
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Wheelchair Manufacturers have been constantly trying to find the best material to build the most cost effective chair that will also provide strength, durability, and a low gross weight. The most common materials used are Carbon Steel, Chromoly Steel, Aluminum, Titanium, Magnesium, and Carbon Fiber. In this article, we are going to break down the properties of each material as far as convenience, weight, strength, cost, feel, durability, and use. Carbon Steel- Many of the