Stryker’s Spine Division To Feature Novel 3D-Printed Spinal Implants at AAOS Conference

New Tritanium PL Cage sizes to be introduced Virtual reality experience will showcase “precisely randomized” pore structure designed to mimic cancellous bone1 Results of pre-clinical animal study comparing performance ofporous Titanium (Tritanium), Titanium plasma-sprayed PEEK, and PEEK technologies to be presented Allendale, N.J.—March 8, 2017—Stryker’s Read More »

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Mlab cusing 200R As The New Benchmark in the Small Machine Segment

Mlab cusing 200R already doing well in the dental industry Additive manufacturing for producing dental parts safely, quickly and flexibly Additively manufactured dentures growing strongly Lichtenfels (Germany), March 06, 2017: The brilliant position in the market of Concept Laser, the pioneer of LaserCUSING, is reflected Read More »

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UC San Diego – How 3D Printing Could One Day Save Lives

  By Liezel Labios | UC San Diego News Center In the past decade, UC San Diego engineers have 3D printed a variety of devices ranging from rocket engines, to robots, to structures inspired by the seahorse’s tail. Now, nanoengineers have added a new item Read More »


Oventus Launches Cutting-Edge 3D Printing Facility

  Brisbane based medical device company, Oventus Medical launched their new Victorian 3D printing facility at CSIRO on 8 December. The additive manufacturing plant that uses titanium 3D printing technology to produce the customised O2Vent sleep apnoea device, is located at CSIRO’s Clayton site adjacent Read More »

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Materialise Launches AnatomyPrint, Delivering 3D Printed Models Directly to Medical Professionals

New easy-to-use 3D printing service to complete Materialise offering of anatomical model 3D printing solutions. PLYMOUTH, Michigan – Nov. 30, 2016. Materialise NV (Nasdaq: MTLS), a world leading 3D printing solutions provider, has launched AnatomyPrint, an easy-to-use service for medical professionals that delivers 3D printed Read More »

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Global Partners Turn to Materialise to Revolutionize Patient Care

  PLYMOUTH, Michigan – Nov. 28, 2016. Materialise NV (Nasdaq: MTLS), a world leading 3D printing solutions provider has drawn the attention of global healthcare, technology and manufacturing companies for its expertise in end-to-end 3D printing solutions across a variety of industries. With more than Read More »

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3D Printing Pioneer WhiteClouds Announces “3DyourSCAN”, Patented “Hinge & Slice” Modeling & Breakthrough Workflow Partnership with TeraRecon

  OGDEN, Utah — Nov. 15, 2016 — WhiteClouds, the world’s largest full-color 3D printing cloud provider, today announced the launch of 3DyourSCAN, a life-size color printed, anatomical model of a patient’s CT/MRI scan designed to improve collaboration and education between physicians and patients. More Read More »

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Materialise 3D Printing Solutions Lead the Reinvention of Radiology at RSNA 2016

3D printed anatomical models: The new standard of care for medical professionals PLYMOUTH, Michigan – Nov. 16, 2016. Materialise NV (Nasdaq: MTLS) will showcase the benefits for 3D printed anatomical models for radiologists and their patients during the 2016 RSNA Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting. Read More »

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Stryker’s Spine Division To Showcase 3D-Printed Spinal Implant in a Unique Virtual Reality Experience

Tritanium® Posterior Lumbar Cage To Be Demonstrated at NASS 2016 Allendale, N.J.—Oct. 20, 2016—Stryker’s Spine division will demonstrate its 3D-printed Tritanium Posterior Lumbar (PL) Cage, an interbody fusion device designed to aid in lumbar spinal fixation for patients with degenerative disc disease, including up to Read More »

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Promising Biomaterial to Build Better Bones with 3-D Printing

By Amanda Morris | Northwestern Engineering News 3-D printable ink produces a synthetic bone filler that induces bone regeneration Sept. 28, 2016 — A Northwestern Engineering research team has developed a 3-D printable ink that produces a synthetic bone implant that rapidly induces bone regeneration Read More »

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