Energy Family Project APS, the association was born almost four years ago spontaneously as an aggregation of parents and families who share the same experiences to the problems of Agenesis and Amputation of the Arts of their children.
Our mission is to support and help families and promote social and institutional actions and interventions aimed at improving the awareness of families and helping them in the choices that lead children to a healthy and fully integrated path of growth in their social context.
4DOITaly, a company founded in 2017 from the passion of 4 professionals, today is a solid company active with five local offices in Italy whose mission is:
– Develop and distribute 3D Desktop printers with Plug&Play, AI based software specially tailored for several categories (e.g. Dental technicians, Orthopedics, Surgeongs, etc.)
– 3D Printing vertical solution development and specific customizations
– R&D and Engineering of 3D printers and in certified and exclusive matherials
– Reliability, flexibility, customer oriented approach
4DOItaly is 100% Made in Italy and our products and processes alwais keep the focus on eco sustainability, we are eco friendly.
Open BioMedical Initiative (OBM Initiative) is a global non profit initiative created to support the traditional Biomedical field and focused to collaboratively design, develop and distribute open source, low cost and 3D printable Health and Accessibility Supports.
A Biomedical initiative that it is not seen as a replacement for that one already existing on the market but able to integrate with those solutions, with the aim of developing variations accessible to everyone regardless of geographical location and economic availability.
Give Me a Hand is a foundation born in 2019 on the initiative of William Henge Amighetti and it has as its main objective to design and build prostheses for children who lack one or more limbs.
Based in Costa Volpino, in the province of Bergamo (Italy), the foundation is active and has collaborations and relationships in Italy and in the European community, but its main focus is to use 3D printing technologies for the creation of low cost orthopedic prostheses that can be supplied to children living in difficult situations and extreme poverty.
Few months after it was established, in mid 2019, Give Me a Hand was already involved in its first mission to bring help to children in Vietnam and Nepal.