Adaptive and accessibility equipment should be available to everyone who needs it

Living with a disability is already hard enough without the financial burden of trying to pay for adaptive, accessibility and mobility equipment.  This is only made more difficult due to companies charging extremely inflated prices for equipment knowing the majority will find ways to have insurance pay for the equipment they need desperately.  Unfortunately not everyone has access to insurance that will cover these devices or if they do cover it, the process to get approval takes a very long time leaving you or your loved ones without equipment they need.

We created this website as a resource to help people find places where they can download stl files to 3d print their own equipment, links to sites that may have plans or resources to build your own at a fraction of the price companies charge.  Many of these links take you to completely free solutions.

Some of these devices are our designs, others are links we have found that think you may find helpful and wanted to pass along.

If you are looking for something you don’t see below, feel free to send us an email through the contact form below.  If we can find an existing resource we will be happy to add it to the list and pass it along.  If you need a 3d model for something you can not find, we may be able to help build that model for you at no or low cost depending on the complexity.

If you would like to have some of these files 3d printed but do not have your own 3d printer, we are also happy to help there so just reach out and we will see what we can do.

If you build devices that you would like listed below I am always happy to add your link at no charge as long as you embrace the open source ideals making the plans or designs available for free to those who need it.

We hope you find this resource helpful.  It will always be a work in progress so we hope to continually add more and help it evolve as we are able.

Thank you,
Elevation Wheel Company

Open Source Speech Devices

Big Mack Speech Device Replica

This link will take you to files needed to build your own replica of the Big Mack Speech Device.  The device gives you a large, easy to press button that can play back a single recorded message.  This link will give access to 3d print files and the electrical components you need to buy to finish the device.  Some soldering is required.  Build cost is roughly $15-$35 depending on the options you choose and how much you already have laying around.  The files are all free.

Free Speech AAC

This link will take you to a completely free speech AAC that is programable to read back any phrase you would like it to read using an ai speech generator.

Support for iOS, Android, Mac, PC, and Linux – FreeSpeech AAC was designed to run on almost any tablet or computer, so there’s no need to worry about purchasing expensive devices to access FreeSpeech AAC.

Adaptive Equipment

Forearm Cup / Support for riders missing a hand

We made this cup to help a rider with his hand amputated at his wrist.  It mounts onto most mountain bike handlebars giving a stable place to support your arm.  The size of the cup can easily be modified to fit different riders.


Walkin Pets Wheel Chair Offroad Wheel Upgrade

This link will take you to our 3d model for a larger wheel and castor for some Walkin Pets dog wheel chairs.  The larger wheels and castor allow your pet to roll over larger obstacles than the factory wheels allow.  This is great for families who want to spend a lot of time on walks off road.

Helpful Links

Wheelchair maintenance and Repair – We are happy to offer services maintaining and repairing wheel chairs and most non electric mobility devices.  Unlike many medical equipment suppliers we do our best to offer fair prices and quick turn over.

Tech OWL Makers CatalogTech OWL has a great resource for 3d printable designs to help with dexterity and grip strength issues.

Challenged Athletes Foundation – This foundation does a lot to help athletes and aspiring athletes get access to equipment they could not afford on their own through grants and programs. 

US Association of Blind Athletes – We have worked with Pam from USABA for many years now with their learn to race camps that help blind athletes get into cycling.  Her camp has helped a number of riders go from no experience on a bike to competing with our Para National Team. 

Kids Mobility Network – Kids Mobility Network is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization providing children with disabilities with complex rehab technology and durable medical equipment such as wheelchairs, standers, adaptive bikes, activity chairs, and other medical equipment

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