I have returned back to work and without the digits it wouldn't be possible. So your company is a life changing company. And me and my family appreciate the work you guys do for people who are amputees.
- Thaddrick (Sapp), four Point Digits
Point Designs leverages advanced 3D-printing technology to manufacture high-strength prosthetic fingers for people with partial hand amputation. The ratcheting, positionable designs ensure that persons with amputation can perform heavy-duty manual labor or delicate tasks requiring high-dexterity.
Our patented technology leads the field in strength, durability, and functionality. Our patient centric approach ensures that the devices we design and manufacture are meaningful and impactful to the end user.
Point Designs was founded by researchers in the field of upper limb prosthetic design from the Biomechatronics Development Laboratory at the University of Colorado. Professors Richard Weir and Jacob Segil have decades of research experience spanning neural interfaces, myoelectric control algorithms, and upper limb prosthetic design.
Along with co-founders Dr. Levin Sliker and Stephen Huddle, the Point Designs team continues to advance the field of partial hand prosthetic design with expertise in additive manufacturing, mechanical design, and clinical care. The need for a robust prosthetic finger led to the formation of the company in 2016 and the subsequent release of our multiple product lines for people with full or partial finger loss. We are a group of dedicated and passionate individuals working together to improve the lives of the people we serve.