Exhibitors 2023



Hand In Hand

Hand In Hand

Hand in Hand is a nonprofit organization with a mission to supply top-tier 3D printed prosthetics to amputees in Egypt who encounter financial obstacles when trying to obtain prosthetics. Our main focus is harnessing the latest advancements in additive manufacturing technology to craft prosthetic limbs that are tailored, comfortable, and functional, addressing the unique requirements of each person. Our ultimate aim is to elevate the quality of life for amputees in Egypt by furnishing them with prosthetics that empower increased mobility, self-reliance, and assurance. Through the utilization of 3D printing, we strive to create prosthetic devices that are not only economical but also exceptionally adaptable, permitting us to meet a range of limb loss levels and specific lifestyle prerequisites. Our team of experts delivers guidance and emotional support to amputees, aiding them in acclimating to and making the most of their new prosthetic devices. The impact of Hand in Hand's efforts will go beyond the amputees themselves, resonating with families, communities, and society at large, and nurturing sentiments of understanding, inclusiveness, and communal obligation.


Hand In Hand

Mohamed Hatab

Mohamed Hatab was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 9 years. During his treatment, he developed a sense of helping others, however due to his young age he was unable to pursue this until he graduated with a degree in Engineering. During his studies in the UK, he came across the process of manufacturing artificial limbs through his colleagues studying Biomedical Engineering. This sparked his sense of aid once again, and consequently he decided to integrate his field of study with Biomedical engineering to manufacture prosthetic devices in Egypt. As such, he succeeded in developing upper and lower limb prosthesis using 3D printing technology and decided to donate these devices for free to people in need.


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