Innovation in the medical 3D printing space continues to accelerate. Here are some of the top stories that got our attention at Medical Design & Outsourcing and MassDevice over the past year.
Digital manufacturing company Protolabs (Maple Plain, Minn.) rolls out metal 3D printing production capabilities.
Axial3D closes a $3 million funding round to support its U.S. expansion. The Belfast–based company is working on automated algorithms to improve access to medical 3D printing for surging modeling and education in healthcare settings.
Protolabs adds the Carbon platform to its portfolio of 3D-printing technologies. Carbon boasts fast stereolithography printing with little or no mechanical impact on the growing part.October 2019
Stratasys announces the launch of its J750 Digital Anatomy 3D printer, meant to replicate the feel, responsiveness, and biomechanics of human anatomy in medical models.
Adam — a young company with technology to 3D-print bone grafts made out of ceramic bioglass and modified biopolymer — says its first human trials are coming soon.
The FDA clears 3D-printed, patient-specific stents developed by a doctor at the Cleveland Clinic. Dr. Tom Gildea developed the stents to keep open the airways of patients with serious breathing disorders caused by inflammation, trauma, tumors and other masses.