Medical 3D Printing

3D Printing News Briefs, February 24, 2024: Large-Format Metal AM, Personalized Medicine, & More

In 3D Printing News Briefs today, we’re talking about metal and medical 3D printing. 3D Phoenix is Meltio’s sales partner in Poland, while Farsoon partnered with Deep Blue Aerospace to…

Materialise Expands Jaw Surgeries with End-to-End Medical 3D Printing Treatment

Imagine the discomfort of experiencing pain every time you eat, or the constant radiating pain in your head due to this condition—it would be incredibly distressing. One reason why joint…

3DPOD Episode 187: Medical and Industrial 3D Printing with Jeremy Pullin, Head of AM at Sartorius Group

Jeremy Pullin, an additive manufacturing (AM) veteran with decades of experience, is currently at the leading medical firm, Sartorius Group. He has been instrumental in setting up engineering centers and…

Exentis Group Preps for IPO with Novel Metal 3D Printing Tech—We Have Questions

I wasn’t familiar with Exentis Group before reading about its intention to go public today. Until now, I could only find one other news story detailing the company’s achievement in…

Advanced Manufacturing Firm Zeda Acquires The Orthopedic Implant Company

Zeda, the San Francisco-based provider of advanced manufacturing solutions, announced that it has acquired The Orthopedic Implant Company (OIC), a medical device manufacturer based in Reno, Nevada, for an undisclosed…

Startup Accelerator: FITme Revolutionizes Cosmetic Surgery with 3D Printing

In additive manufacturing (AM), the personalized medical implant market is burgeoning, presenting an unprecedented opportunity within the aesthetic sector. This niche is ripe for disruption, with 3D printing offering tailored…

3D Printing News Briefs, February 3, 2024: 3D Printed Bridge, Furniture, Prosthetic Sockets, & More

We’re starting with molecular design and 3D microprinting research today, before moving on to a robotic 3D printer partnership. Then it’s on to a variety of applications, including a 3D…

FDA Approves Patient-specific Radiation Therapy Devices

Radiation treatment is a crucial aspect of contemporary medicine, with half of all cancer patients undergoing it. By directing X-ray or proton beams at a tumor, it’s possible to halts…

3D Printing News Briefs, January 27, 2024: PAEK, Triangle Mesh, Bionic Arm, & More

In 3D Printing News Briefs, we’re talking about PAEK materials and QA for polymer 3D printing, before moving on to real-time tracking of electron beam additive manufacturing. Upwing Energy integrated…

Poll of the Week: Medical 3D Printing for Implants

In our first Poll of the Week, when given the choice between automotive, medical, military, and oil & gas 3D printing articles, respondents overwhelmingly picked medical. 3D printing is, as…

3D Printing News Briefs, January 20, 2024: FDM, LPBF, Underwater 3D Printer, Racing, & More

We’re starting off with a process certification in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, and then moving on to research about solute trapping, laser powder bed fusion, and then moving on…

Medical Training Gets 3D Printing Upgrade via New Axial3D-Bioskills Partnership

With its AI-driven medical model Segmentation-as-a-Service platform, Axial3D is actively pursuing partnerships, collaborating with a range of organizations including a Swiss hospital, Stratasys, Ricoh, and GE Healthcare. This strategy aligns…

3D Printed Medical Trainers Give First Responders Key Familiarity with Altered Airways, Study Shows

The medical field has been one of the greatest success stories for additive manufacturing (AM), with AM now touching virtually every market segment within the healthcare industry. According to Additive…

Dimension Inx CMFlex Pioneers Surgeries as FDA’s First Cleared 3D Printed Bone Graft

Marking a new milestone in 3D printed medical innovation, the first 3D printed regenerative bone graft product is now making its way into surgeries, offering a pioneering solution for bone…

Poll of the Week: More Medical 3D Printing News, Please

In our first-ever Poll of the Week, we asked our LinkedIn followers what kinds of stories they wanted to read. With 3D printing as oft-used as it is these days,…

3D Printing News Briefs, January 6, 2024: Digital Spares, Interbody Implants, Shoes, & More

In today’s 3D Printing News Briefs—the first of the new year!—we’ll start with metal 3D printing and move on to software and digital spares. Then it’s on to medical news…

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3D Printing’s 2023 Startup Stars: Spotlight on Investment-Fueled Startups

Innovation knows no bounds, and the realm of 3D printing is no exception. As we usher in a new year, let’s shine a spotlight on ten dynamic 3D printing startups…

3D Printing News Briefs December 31, 2023: Surgical Implants, Probiotics, Drones, & More

We’re starting with metal 3D printing research in this New Year’s Eve edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, and then moving on to a 3D printed surgical model and probiotics…

2024 & Beyond: Navigating Promising Frontiers in 3D Printed Medical Applications

In a time when technological advances and healthcare innovations intersect, the domain of 3D printed medical applications stands at the forefront of a transformative wave. While some of the most…

AMS 2024 Welcomes New 3D Printing Sponsors and Speakers

The Additive Manufacturing Strategies (AMS) 2024 summit continues to shape up as a landmark event in the additive manufacturing (AM) industry with the addition of an impressive lineup of new…

FDA Greenlights RevBio’s Innovative Bone Glue Trial for Cranial Surgery

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has given the green light for a new clinical trial to test a novel bone adhesive, a material designed to bond bones together…

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The Rise of 3D Printing in South Korea

South Korea has been steadily increasing its involvement in additive manufacturing (AM), particularly in the post-2010s, with the government’s “Manufacturing Innovation 3.0” strategy placing AM at the forefront. This initiative,…

Custom 3D Printed Guides Reduce Surgery by up to Three Hours

In the practice of craniomaxillofacial tumor surgery, precision is key. This specialized field, dealing with tumors in the head, face, jaws, and neck, has its own set of challenges due…

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Mayo Clinic’s Approach to Liability in 3D Printing: “Every Device Endures Scrutiny”

In modern medicine, 3D printing technology has opened new frontiers in medical device development, offering unprecedented customization and rapid prototyping capabilities. At the forefront of this revolutionary wave is Mayo…