Keys to Getting Protective Glove Sizing Right

Jun 6th, 2018
For most consumers, traditional glove sizes of small, medium, large or extra large will suffice for shoveling the driveway, skiing or keeping hands warm on a cold steering wheel. But, there are other instances when the fit of a glove must be more precise and is far more important. Protective gloves, often used by the … more »

Success Story: Safer Bicycle Helmets for Kids

May 28th, 2018
Some of the most important projects we work on at Anthrotech involve helping clients work toward developing products that are safer for their respective user populations. Today, we want to talk about a project that was particularly gratifying because it helped ensure the safety of children riding bicycles. While the project was gratifying, it also … more »

Success Story: Airplane Design to Meet the Needs of Those Who Maintain Them

May 11th, 2018
Anybody who’s seen the movie “Top Gun” has a clear image of the pilots slipping into their cockpits like a hand into a glove. It’s not by accident; the U.S. military has focused for years on designing cockpits that accommodate the pilot population and maximize their effectiveness. Today, we discuss a project that is also … more »

Success Story: Better School Bus Design to Accommodate Drivers

Apr 30th, 2018
Like many people, school bus drivers spend a considerable amount of time in their workspace. How these workers differ from others is that school bus drivers’ workspaces are very small, and they are required to stay seated for hours at a time. In addition, these professionals are carrying what many consider to be the most … more »

Success Story: MICH Helmet

Apr 14th, 2018
Many of the projects we complete for clients are pretty straightforward and only have a few components. Today, we are talking about a more complex project completed for the U.S. Military’s Special Forces Command (SOCOM) back in 2001. It had to do with modular integrated communications helmets (MICH helmets, for short). This project consisted of … more »

Measured Dimensions vs. Scanned Dimensions: The Case for Both

Apr 4th, 2018
In much of our work at Anthrotech, we complete assignments for clients that require us to obtain measurements of the human body in various positions. Sometimes, it makes sense to obtain dimensions using a scanner, and sometimes it makes sense to use a measuring tape or calipers. Today, we discuss what parameters help us determine … more »
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