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UC grad launches workout machine for people with disabilities

CINCINNATI (Joe Webb) — People may not have heard of West Chester native Ryan Eder but the design and inventing world has.

A few years ago, his senior project at the University of Cincinnati won an international design competition that was won the next year by a little thing called the iPhone. Since then, Eder’s been working out the bugs on his invention and last week he rolled it out.

In a trailer turned showroom parked on the UC campus is Ryan Eder’s life work. Sparked by a trip to a west side gym where a man in a wheelchair was struggling with the machines.

“I called 200 clubs and told them I was a wheelchair user looking to work out and asked, ‘What do you have?’ And 94% of them didn’t have anything,” said Eder.

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Why Contract Manufacturing in America Makes Sense

The low labor rates of the Far East have enticed U.S original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to outsource the manufacturing production of their electronic equipment. Despite this appeal, there are downsides to this process that point to outsourcing to American-based contract manufacturers as the better option. Our experts at TSS Technologies list some of these downsides below in the context of contract manufacturing. 

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