Although we are still currently searching for more resources to expand our knowledge and create connections, the below diagram represents the collective effort that will be required to implement our vision. We already have the ability to print 3D prosthetics ourselves, but it is imperative to speak to medical professionals, companies that specialize in prosthetics for humans, and other organizations that could aide with the distribution of the finished products.
More about 3D Printers
3D Printers are produced in various sizes and price points, with various capabilities to match. For our vision, smaller printers (such as the one depicted above) would suffice, putting our initial cost for each printer at around $400.00. The design, once created, can be input into the machine and prosthetic- size prints can be completed in 2-6 hours depending on the complexity.
Why we Need Your Help:
Our goal is far from complete. We need help from those who have knowledge in this industry to help us grow as a nonprofit and send our products out to those in need. Although the cost of printing is relatively low initially, all donations are welcome. 100% of donations will go towards funding the purchase of printer-associated costs and the expenses relating to transport. If you happen to have knowledge regarding 3D prosthetics that you would like to share with us, or if you would like to join our efforts, please feel free to send us an email or contact us via social media.