• Address Baltimore, MD

  • Email yasheymateen@gmail.com

  • Contact 443-617-0001



We are a company that emanated from passion.

I was 21 years old when I suddenly experienced tremors that progressively gotten worse over time, eventually spreading to both of my arms. After countless doctor's visits, MRI's, and every test possible, they still don't know.

I decided to look towards solutions to control the symptoms, and I wasn't the only one. Thousands of people suffer from symptoms of arthritis, MFMN, Carpel Tunnel, and countless others that hinder their standard of living. The problem is, the only solution we are provided are medications, injections, clinical trials.

There are hundreds of innovative prosthetics, assistive devices, mechanical exoskeletons out there that would significantly raise the standard of living. So why aren't we offered these solutions? They are either outrageously expensive, or still in Research and Development.

Rather than wait for solutions to become mainstream, we decided to make them more accessible to the people who need it most. 3D Printing is already revolutionizing the industry, not to mention the dental industry, and it's about time that the medical market reaps the benefits of this innovation as well. At a fraction of the price, any configuration of prosthesis, components, tremor suppressors can be printed through virtually any material and distributed for wide use, or be tailor-made to specifications designed by healthcare professionals.

So who are we? We are a company dedicated to improving peoples' lives. - Yashar Mateen, Founder

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Yashey Mateen Founder

A once-admitted medical student, he turned it down in pursuit of his love of technology and engineering. In that pursuit, a disheartening condition reshaped his purpose as he decided to use his experience in management consulting, full-cycle financial sales, IT Consulting, & Engineering background to develop his own prosthetic which ultimately led to a greater vision.