From implant molds, prosthetics, and surgical and educational models to surgical guides and patient-specific surgical models, Mumbai-based medical 3D printing company Anatomiz3D Medtech Private Limited has worked with many aspects of medical 3D printing. Anatomiz3D, which is the healthcare division of tech company Sahas Softech, uses 3D printing to enhance and personalize patient care, whether it’s providing them with peace of mind by showing them a model or making their surgery quicker and easier with guides and implants.
The healthcare solutions company uses patient data from 2D MRI and CT scans to provide 3D modeling and printing services to the medical community, so physicians can better help their patients. More than three years ago, it was the first company in India to provide doctors with a 3D printed, patient-specific pediatric cardiology model before surgery, and has since moved on, 3D printing models for spinal, oral and maxillofacial, orthopaedic, head and neck, and neurosurgery operations using a variety of methods, including SLS, stereolithography, DMLS, and color jet printing.
Anatomiz3D’s mission is two-fold: to aid surgical practices by simplifying and customizing operative planning and procedures in order to improve patient recovery quality, and to develop patient-specific tissue engineering solutions to help lower the need for organ donors in the future.
Now, the surgical 3D printing company has announced that it’s partnering up with another Indian company to develop various 3D printed specialty solutions for the personalized healthcare industry. Incredible AM Pvt Ltd, established in 1974 as part of Industrial Metal Powders Pvt Ltd in Pune, works with both the medical and engineering industries by providing metal 3D printing services.
Incredible AM Pvt Ltd has a great facility that’s based on FDA guidelines, and is also reportedly the only company in India that has received both ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 certifications for the manufacture of metal medical devices; this has helped it provide many customers across India with custom implants for neuro, orthopaedic, and maxillofacial surgeries.
With Incredible AM Pvt Ltd’s capabilities in metal 3D printing, paired with the design and plastic 3D printing skills provided by Anatomiz3D, this new partnership is essentially a one-stop-shop when it comes to personalized, patient-specific healthcare solutions.
Now, Incredible AM Pvt Ltd has invested an undisclosed amount of money into its new partner, Anatomiz3D, so that the two can work together to successfully even offer more 3D printed patient-specific surgical solutions to customers all around the world, focusing on affordable prices, excellent quality, and precise designs. The two companies have already helped create several orthopaedic, maxillofacial, and cranial implants together, and continue to work hard and help their respective R&D teams develop even more 3D printed medical products.
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