Japanese 3D-printed prosthetic legs maker Instalimb forays into Indian market
Japan-based world’s first 3D-printed prosthetic legs maker Instalimb raised 445 million yen in Series A funding in Japan (including investment, loans, and grants) to foray into the Indian market and launched its technologically advanced prosthetic wear solutions in Gurugram on July 1. Instalimb promises value proposition to the Indian market by revolutionising prosthetic socket fit and production process that is widely scalable, does not require much space and does not require manpower with specialised skill. This game changing startup aims to deliver the highest-quality prosthesis leg with socket and alignment to 48 million people who currently do not have access to a device in the world. Selected as a ‘J-startup’ by the Japanese government as one of the best technology startups in Japan, Instalimb products are inspired by 3D and artificial intelligence (AI) technology that offers the much-needed comfort and desired fit for the end users.