Free report covering new developments and community survey results for medical additive manufacturing/3D printing now available.
The key trend for 2022 was growth – significant growth – for the medical additive manufacturing/3D printing community. This dedicated and patient-focused group of professionals leveraged their experience from the pandemic to accelerate development, processes, applications, and infrastructure to support continued growth.
Collaboration has always been a primary aspect of 3D printing in medicine. 2022 saw that collaboration expand with platform integrations, materials development, and more.
Learn how the latest advances in medical additive manufacturing are transforming healthcare, improving patient experience, and saving lives in the newest Medical Additive Manufacturing/3D Printing Year in Review 2022 report.
Now available as a free download, it provides:
- A look at the best developments—from new machines, materials, and software to collaborations and resources—that facilitate quality processes and increased the medical AM/3DP community’s impact on patients.
- Insights into major clinical, manufacturing, business and technology trends, based on a recent survey of users in the AM/3DP community including:
- Expectations for growth overall and which applications are expecting the greatest growth
- How the technology is being used by application area
- Breakdown of processes and materials being used
- Challenges that remain and how many in the community see each as a challenge
- Comparison to how these have changed from 2020 and 2021
- Key numbers and results that show:
- Estimated value of AM/3DP medical applications
- Just some of the devices that received 510(k) clearance form the U.S. Food & Drug Administration
- Milestones achieved for personalization and implants produced with additive manufacturing
To help medical device manufacturers and solutions providers stay ahead and make smarter business and technology decisions, download your free year-end report now.
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