Daemon3D Print add to Printer Capacity !


Today we received a brilliant offer of help from Daemon3D print !

Daemon3D Print based in Cambridge England have very generously offered us an Ex-demo BQ hephestos 2 3D printer to help us in our work.

The timing of which is excellent as we are testing out new ideas for what will ultimately form the next iteration of our open source arm. Having the extra printing capacity allows us to print test components while not impacting on building devices for recipients - so this really is a Win, Win !

Thanks Daemon3D from Team UnLimbited !!!

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Help us to help others

Recently we have had quite a few emails and messages from people asking how they can help.

Team UnLimbited are in the process of registering as a charity in the UK, everything we have done has been funded by ourselves or from donations that people have given us.

If you want to help us to keep giving the world a helping hand (or arm) then please consider a donation. 100% of your donation goes towards equipment for everything we do, from the materials to build a device or tools we use to make them.

You can donate by clicking HERE

If you want a device for yourself or for someone you know then:-

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If you are outside the UK then either check out:- http://enablingthefuture.org/ineedahand/

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Thanks for your ongoing support!

Fantastic equipment, Fantastic support!


I would like to give an enormous thank you to everyone at  3DCONNEXION especially Simon Loftus who after seeing the work being done by Team UnLimbited wanted to offer their support; they contacted me and asked if they could come and visit and see what we do first hand (so to speak!). When they arrived they had a surprise. To help me with the next iterations of designs for our arms they presented me with a SpaceMouse Enterprise edition.


As a Computer Aided Designer, I had always dreamed of owning a spacemouse. First off I want to say how effortless it makes interacting with your 3d model, as if actually holding it in your hand. To be able to turn it any direction pull it push it to lift or drop is an incredibly intuitive experience. As a disabled user with one hand, the customisable buttons are a godsend, reducing the need for my good hand to travel between mouse/keyboard. As someone who has suffered from RSI in the past, the spacemouse is incredibly comfortable and using it for prolonged periods caused me no aches or pain.


I honestly cannot recommend the spacemouse enterprise enough. It is currently being used to evolve our designs as we push the boundaries of 3d printed hands and arms. the generosity of 3DCONNEXION is amazing and it is truly great to have the support of such a wonderful company.