Helping to overcome the often prohibitive cost of daily assisted living devices; this 3D printed mug handle allows people with limited dexterity to continue using their existing mugs at a fraction of the commercial price.
This device facilitates measurement of the range of movement patients have in their fingers. Commercially available versions are incredibly expensive for such a simple device. Easily broken or lost hospitals can’t afford to constantly replace them. Ours is less than €1.50!
Waterborne diseases arise from drinking water affected with protozoa, viruses, bacteria and intestinal parasites causing 1.8 million deaths worldwide annually. Our scalable 3D-printed device purifies unsafe water collected in plastic bottles using solar energy.
Tracheostomy inner cannula
The most cost-effective and time-saving method replace tracheostomy devices is here! Print this device for urgent high-risk healthcare.
Vernier Caliper is a multipurpose tool used on the daily basis, not only in the medical field. Our simple design for a ruler will make all the measurements much easier!
WEEKLY pill box
Helping to overcome the often prohibitive cost of daily assisted living devices; this 3D printed pill box allows organisation of medications for the week ahead.
Used to monitor nerve repair or test level of impairment, this is another device that is prohibitively expensive from commercial suppliers. This print plus a set of common DIN1152 25mm nails makes an incredibly cheap version.
People with arthritis have difficulties opening bottles. That’s why we collaberated with ‘Makers Making Change’ to 3D-print a bottle opener that takes minimal effort for elder people to open plastic bottles, metal cans and glass bottles.
An adjustable angle knee brace to stabilize the knee joint. Our design diminishes side-to side movement and controls the range of motion. 3 modes available: 30, 45 and 90 degrees depending on the need.
Helping to overcome the often prohibitive cost of daily assisted living devices; this cutter allows anyone with or without limited mobility to cut large pills down to more manageable sizes
“Clubfoot” is a congenital defect that causes a baby's foot to turn inward. In developing countries where this condition is common it is corrected by the child sleeping with their feet in a brace. These braces are expensive and often in short supply. Now they can be 3D printed as required.
Be careful of your poor oral hygiene. It is linked to cancer, diabetes and heart attack. If you would like an immediate surgery with minimal cost, have a go at printing this tool.
Emergency whistles for crisis’ rescuers. Our design allows the sound of 112 dB, which can be heard from at least half a mile (800 m) away!