April 18, 2016

About Us

Our Mission

To serve real human needs with practical 3D printing.


Our Vision

To restore hope, hearing, and mobility.


Our Core Values

Treasuring each person

Hard Work there is no substitute

Integrity in everything

Perseverance to overcome challenges

Adaptive to a change


Our Organization:

3DP4ME is a US based non-profit operating in the Middle East.

Our first project the Hearing Express, will change lives by bringing modern solutions to people with hearing loss in low-income countries.

We will deploy state-of-the-art mobile ear scanning, modeling, 3D print technology. With a goal of providing 12,000 custom fit hearing aids over a 5-year period in Jordan.

We are focused on providing client specific solutions. We use industry specific 3D printers, 3D scanning technology, and CAD modeling software. These tools work in concert to provide clear solutions that exceed traditional methods in speed, operational efficiencies, and distribution.

Right now we are an all volunteer organization, with no paid staff. In the future, we plan to hire a talented staff and grow to scale. 3DP4ME was founded in 2016 and incorporated in the State of California as non-profit organization.

3DP4ME, means 3D Printing for ME (Middle East).

Employer Identification Number (EIN) # 81-3117104


One goal. Many partners. Exponential Impact.

We believe that mission impact will only happen when we work in collaboration with trusted partners.


Dream Big! Can you hear this?

This vision to create a space that will use state-of-the-art advanced manufacturing (3D scan/design/print) will provide a variety of assistive devices to those in need in Jordan and Syria — starting with the launch of the Hearing Express program to provide 12,000 custom-fit hearing aids. “A recent meeting with USAID encouraged us to ‘Dream Big’ addressing the scale of the need to create a much larger impact. Our pilot project will take place later this year (2020), in the meantime we are connecting with industry leaders across the globe, to help define a right-sized facility that can provide end-to-end custom solutions, along with training and R&D, for a much broader range of assistive products, including prosthetics and orthotics,” 3DP4ME Founder, Jason Szolomayer