Empowering heroes through 3D Printing in the health care sector

Speed and innovation are the emphasis when it comes to an industry concerning the lives of patients; 3D Printing comes into play as the crucial sidekick of healthcare doctors, researchers and medical device manufacturers, empowering them to work fast, test thoroughly and customize like never before.

Replicating the look and feel of finished medical tools and devices, Stratasys Objet 3D Printers promises highly accurate surgical guides and prototypes that can can output a range of textures from rigid to flexible, clear and rubberlike materials.

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Technology offers solutions for strong toolings, custom fixtures and end-use parts, by fabricating with production-grade materials, including high-performance thermoplastics.

A profile of bio-compatible materials are available on both platforms, so as to provide the full patient care and advanced experimental solutions from Stratasys’ 3D printing’s advantages in scalability and geometric capabilities.

Watch Videos on 3D Printing in the Medical Industry

3D Printed “Magic Arms” Let Emma Play and Hug

Arthrogryposis meant Emma couldn’t move her arms, so researchers 3D printed a durable custom exoskeleton with the tiny, lightweight parts she needed.

Acist Reimagines Medical Device Manufacturing With 3D Printing

Acist uses FDM Technology to maximize efficiency beyond rapid prototyping, producing 3D printed end-use parts.

Case Studies

FDM Technology
Altimate Medical
Casa di Cura