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Posted 9 February 2017 in Case studies

Archery stool

Hannah is a keen archer but has problems with balance and fatigue – she cannot stand for very long, and suffers vertigo when shooting. She therefore needed a stable archery stool and it had to be both strong and lightweight. Hannah does not drive so┬áit was important that the stool could be dismantled and packed into a rucksack.

The stool dismantled






Michael Goom, a volunteer with Remap Bristol, based his solution on a single legged perching stool and added three more legs for stability. He made a special collar to attach the additional legs to the stool using a 3D printer.

3D printed components






The choice of materials and manufacture has produced a very lightweight stool that Hannah was then able to use in competitive archery.

Hannah takes aim

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