American Banknote Corporation (ABCorp) announces its partnership with Unlimited Tomorrow for production of its TrueLimb prosthetic limbs. 

“ABCorp has a history dating back more than 225 years of providing Essential Critical goods and services to world-class companies and federal, state, and local government agencies in more than 120 countries worldwide,” says William Brown, ABCorp Chairman and CEO. “Many of our relationships date back decades, if not centuries, and we do not enter into strategic partnerships impulsively. We are pleased to announce our new association with Unlimited Tomorrow for the latest generation of prosthetic limbs.”

The manufacturing will take place in ABCorp’s 125,000-square-foot facility and will be powered by the HP MJF Systems and Desktop Metal Shop System — enabling ABCorp to cost-effectively 3D print end-use parts with speed and productivity. ABCorp offers design and mid-volume production capacity under a single roof, with the flexibility of multiple base materials including polymers and stainless steel, including 316 for medical devices. All production takes place in ABCorp’s FDA-registered facility with HiTrust certification and HIPAA compliance to ensure the security of Unlimited Tomorrow’s confidential and sensitive projects. 

I am pleased to announce our partnership with ABCorp for 3D printing services,” says Easton LaChappelle, founder and CEO of Unlimited Tomorrow. “Our mission is to use all available technology and resources to make the highest-quality, lowest-cost prosthetic arms in the world, and ABCorp directly supports this mission.”

[Source(s): ABCorp NA Inc, GlobeNewswire]

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