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Medical & Healthcare 3D Printing

Experts of this field establish a huge difference between medical and healthcare. Medical Care is a SERVICE practice whereas “Healthcare” refers to a whole industry or system of which medical care is only a subset. In this segment, both terms are often used interchangeably to discuss the impact of additive manufacturing technologies within these fields.

A.D.A.M’s next key project focuses on 3D printed bone implants

Advanced Development of Additive Manufacturing (A.D.A.M.), a provider of 3D printing systems for customized bone implants, and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, in New York, are working together to advance bone implant delivery and...

Smilefy Inc. introduces an instant, cost-free chairside solution for 3D print-ready mockup designs

In just 5 minutes, dental technology company Smilefy Inc. promises dental professionals to get a 3D mock-up design powered by AI. The solution that may enable you to get that mock-up on your Iphone,...

Curiveta receives FDA clearance for the Inspire 3D printed Trabecular PEEK Lumbar Interbody Fusion System

Technology company Curiveta has been granted an FDA 510(k) clearance for the Inspire 3D Printed Trabecular PEEK Lumbar Interbody Fusion System – which can be used in anterior, transforaminal, posterior, and lateral lumbar interbody...

restor3D can now commercialize Additive Manufacturing method for femoral implants

Remember restor3D, one of the 24 companies that acquired a company last year and expert in patient-specific musculoskeletal implants? Well, it has just announced the completion of a key initiative. “Patient-specific femoral implants, which have...

Proclaim develops oral health device with 3D printed mouthpiece to fight off life-threatening bacteria

In just 7 seconds at the push of a button, the clinically proven Custom-Jet Oral Health System comfortably could remove bacteria from one’s mouth, along with plaque, food and other debris. With such a strong...

How 3D printed facial implants help patients suffering from black fungus

Black fungus is a rare, dangerous infection caused by a group of molds called mucormycetes. It often affects the sinuses, lungs, skin, and brain. One of the most devastating effects of this disease is...

Stratasys and Siemens Healthineers to better medical imaging with 3D modeling

Medical imaging has made advancements in recent years with the help of technologies like 3D printing and AI, enabling doctors to create and visualize real scenarios to offer better treatment. Now, Stratasys has joined...

Materialise Mimics Flow Case Management to support quality management and compliance for hospital 3D printing labs

New software solution allows hospitals to track 3D printing and planning workflow, ensuring each step is quality-compliant Materialise, an AM company providing services for the medical industry, has introduced Mimics Flow Case Management, a case management...

AM Medical Days 2023: At the intersection of science and industry in the medical field

The AM Medical Days 2023 conference, hosted at the Holiday Inn Conference Center, BER Berlin Airport, brings together industry leaders, experts, and innovators in the field of Additive Manufacturing (AM) for a two-day event,...

iFactory3D and Plasmics enhance orthopedic insoles production through 3D belt printing

Germany-based 3D belt printer manufacturer  iFactory3D and  Austrian company Plasmics have optimized orthopedic insoles manufacturing with their serial 3D belt printing and Feetneeds technology respectively.  With the help of iFactory3D's One Pro 3D belt printer,...