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Our Experience with implementing successful in-house 3D printing enables us to provide you with technical expertise and turn-key in-house 3D printing solutions:
  • We can help you decide on a 3D printer that meets your needs whether its speed, cost or resolution. Our printers do not require additional ventilation.
  • We can help you configure your software and printer on-site.
  • We can help you train personnel.
  • We can help you gain efficient access to DICOM files through your radiology department.
  • We can help you find budget.
Get in touch and one of our technical experts will contact you for a demo or quote.
Medical 3D Printing is growing rapidly, yet it hasn't become widely adopted because doctors & hospitals don’t really understand how to access, implement or afford it. In the past 3D Printing required outsourcing to a service bureau and a lot of time and money.

In-House (hospital-based) point-of-care 3D Printing is gaining popularity because it offers personalized treatment solutions such as anatomical surgical planning models that are immediately available without dependency on expensive external service providers. 

To date only a few hospitals have implemented 3D printing because of the enormous capital cost associated with purchasing expensive industrial grade 3D printers, complex software and hiring engineers to run them. By combining our software with affordable desktop 3D printers, suitable for use in healthcare, we can now make 3D printing more affordable and accessible than ever before.
Minimize the need for technical expertise and ease the adoption of 3D technologies in healthcare
-enabling access to immediate in-house medical 3D printing.
Improving surgeon proficiency, surgical efficiency and patient outcomes through low-cost in-house medical 3D printing.

Physicians around the globe share the same goal: providing the best care to their patients. In recent years, the complexity of procedures has increased, so has the need for enhanced planning, training and education. A growing number of surgeons are using 3D-printed patient-specific models in their practice to prepare for procedures with more confidence.

The Benefits of 3D Printed Models

Optimal Results for Doctors: Improving surgeon proficiency by making them better at what they do – 3D models provide better visibility than digital images for surgeons who work under difficult minimally invasive conditions. 3D models allow surgeons to practice, providing more confidence and better surgical preparation for especially difficult cases which usually require a lot of surgical planning. 

Optimal Results for Hospitals: Improving surgical efficiency – 3D models help to reduce operating room time and cost thereby improving patient throughput. They help to reduce error rates, improve patient safety and decrease complication rates by promoting more minimally invasive surgical techniques. This also translates into less recovery time and post operative hospital stay.

Optimal Results for Patients: Improving patient outcomes – 3D models assist surgeons to provide the best possible care for their patients. They also provide enhanced understanding and education to the patient thereby improving patient engagement and informed decision making.