The twinning focused on the scaling up of REHAB-LAB, a fabrication laboratory integrated into a healthcare organisation where people with disability can design their own assistive devices using 3D printing. This person-centred care innovation using digital tools is promoted by Centre Mutualiste de Rééducation et de Réadaptation Fonctionnelles de Kerpape (the twinning originator), one of the biggest rehabilitation centres in France and the only one with an electronic laboratory inside and staff dedicated to the REHAB-LAB initiative. The objective of the twinning was two-fold. First, it transferred the REHAB-LAB innovative concept to three other European locations: City of Aarhus (Denmark), University Hospital of Liège (Belgium), University of Modena (Italy). Second, the twinning launched a collaborative IT platform to enable long-term collaboration. The global objective in the middle/long term is to enlarge the community with additional partners from all over Europe.