PLUG & PLAY
Vulcan uses 3D printing and open-source software. This makes the process of obtaining a bionic arm faster and cheaper.
Vulcan's robotic arms have one core prosthetic design. This allows for easy flexibility and upgrades tailored to the specifics of the users in the future.
Vulcan creates custom, modular sockets for unique tasks. Just plug suitable sockets into the core arm for maximum efficiency.
Created from 3D printing, each part of our arm can be detached and attached all according to your preference.
Adjust your arm to your comfort and try different modules which suits you best!
You wear the arm, not the other way around.
Each module best serves a unique purpose. Our approach isn't a 1-fits-all.
We create separate modules that function just for specific tasks to allow you to do your best in the easiest way possible.
Be efficient like never before.
Gone are the days with messy complicated wiring and systems.
With compact wiring, our arm is designed for you to be in control effortlessly.
Take control again.
- UPLIFT PROJECT -
robotic arms & job placements
FOR AMPUTEES IN VIETNAM
Uplift is an ongoing project under Vulcan Augmetics to provide amputees with free prosthetics and job opportunities to get back to financial stability.
In 2019, UpLift project aims to
install 30 robotic arms and provide 30 jobs
for 30 amputees in Vietnam.
In partnership with