Personalized 3D Scanning for Socket Design
Unlimited Tomorrow sends 3D scanners to the amputee where a family member or friend takes a 3D scan of their residual limb. Our team receives this data instantly where it goes through our custom software that generates a socket based on the amputee's unique surface geometry and shape. These digital files are then physically made on our industrial HP MJF 580 3D printer.
HP Jet Fusion 580 Color
The HP Jet Fusion 580 Color Printer is one of the most advanced 3D printers on the market. We have been working with HP and this printer since September of 2018. Unlimited Tomorrow has chosen these printers to print our personalized custom prosthetics.
Solid WorksWorld 2019
Unlimited Tomorrow was highlighted by HP and Dassault Systèmes at SolidWorks World 2019.
After the success of our #100Tomorrows campaign, we are actively looking for additional amputees to apply
for an advanced prosthetic device at no cost.
If you or anyone you know can benefit from our technology, please apply and share the 100 Tomorrows Eligibility Form.
In the Media
"New York-based prosthetics company Unlimited Tomorrow unveiled its amazing
3D-printed prosthetic arm at CES this week." - DailyMail
Welcome to the Team
Meet Ciric, our new Embedded Software Engineer. He is responsible for firmware and software development that powers our devices.
In his free time, Ciric enjoys learning foreign languages and exploring caves while hiking.
Our 100 Tomorrows campaign is coming to an end on January 6th.
Help us fund the last 12 devices by backing and sharing our campaign.
Thank you to our partners
Unlimited Tomorrow will be sharing a booth with Arrow Electronic in Eureka Park this year at CES.
As the holiday season is upon us, we reflect on the past year and on those who have helped us shape our business. We value your support and partnerships and look forward to seeing what 2019 has in store for us!
Season of Giving Perk
During this season of giving, consider donating $10 to help us give 100 prosthetic devices to 100 amputees.
Caldwell is a 15-year-old honor student, who loves being outside and playing video games. He has a passion for history and hopes to become a history professor in the future. Caldwell has used prosthetic devices in the past, but they were uncomfortable and provided little mobility. He would love to have a prosthesis that has individual finger movements and touch feedback.
By backing the 100 Tomorrows campaign, you can help Caldwell and 99 others achieve a better tomorrow!
In the Media
Check out this exclusive interview with Easton LaChappelle
and Tony Robbins at the Dr. Oz studio.