Expanding our reach

Bionics for adults, veterans, first responders

Special Announcement: Limbitless Solutions is expanding its mission: Limbitless is taking the preliminary steps to produce bionic limbs for both children in addition to adults, veterans, and first-responders.

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Empowering Children.
Personalizing Bionics.

We are Limbitless Solutions Inc., a non-profit direct support organization at the University of Central Florida. We specialize in creating and donating personalized 3D-printed prosthetic arms for children.

At Limbitless Solutions, our mission is to empower confidence and increase accessibility in the limb difference community through art-infused bionics. Our team combines engineering and art to promote access and engagement in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) education for a more inclusive future.


In 2005, an estimated 1.6 million people in the US had a limb difference: 541,000 people had an upper-arm limb difference.

This value was projected to double by 2050.

More than 32,500 children in the US have experienced a major pediatric amputation

5 in 10,000 children are born with limb difference

Cosmetically realistic myoelectric hands that open and close may cost $20,000 to $30,000 or more, while a neuroprosthetic arm may cost as much as $100,000.

Usage rates reported for upper limb devices are as low as 37%.

A limbitless intern demonstrating the EMG technology to student visitors


At our location on the University of Central Florida main campus, we work with undergraduate student interns using project-based learning to support their professional development. We also hold STEAM education camps and visit local schools to share our message of “3D Hope” and raise awareness on accessibility issues.

Two Limbitless interns giving an arm to one of the bionic kids


For many of our bionic kids it was never about picking things up. It was about changing the conversation surrounding limb difference and becoming the catalyst for change through personalization of our 3D-printed prosthetics. Each arm we create is a reflection of a bionic kid’s personality and aspires to empower confidence in them through expressive bionics.

Bionic kid Alex testing his new bionic arm


Accessibility and inclusivity are at the center of each project, beginning with a culture of inclusivity within our own team. We prioritize an environment where our team members are able to participate equally, feel valued, and have a sense of belonging, so our bionic kids can feel the same.

Our Work

Each child who receives a bionic arm becomes a part of our Limbitless family. Our bionic kids and their families are always the core of our mission.


What can you do?

A group picture of the Bionic Kids with Knightro and UCF cheerleaders

Creating #3DHope would not be possible without the generous supporters of our mission.

Someone trying the EMG sensor powered video game

We are beginning clinical trials for children and teenagers and are now collecting information from those with limb differences for this trial and future clinical trials.

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Two limbitless interns talking to a young girl while tabling at an event

Interested in joining our diverse team? Each semester we work with University of Central Florida undergraduate students from a variety of majors.


Creating #3DHope would not be possible without the generous support of our partners as well. View our current partners or contact us to become a partner.