Our Industry Focuses are a way to raise the standard of the conversations we have about specific AM verticals. The objective is to provide high-quality content on vertical topics whilst offering added visibility to a careful selection of leading companies in the specific field.

    Bioprinting
    February 17, 2020

    Aspect Biosystems on the restorative capacity of bioprinting today

    The medical AM segment is multifaceted, consisting of 3D printed medical devices, anatomical models, prosthetics and more. Within the industry, bioprinting has…
    Medical
    February 15, 2020

    How medical companies use AM for production today, part 6: Zimmer Biomet and OPM

    3dpbm’s AM Focus Medical continues to zoom in on the many possibilities that additive manufacturing is offering today to medical companies. We…
    Bioprinting
    February 14, 2020

    Biogelx and the role of bioinks in bioprinting today

    The medical AM segment is multifaceted, consisting of 3D printed medical devices, anatomical models, prosthetics and more. Within the industry,…
    Medical
    February 13, 2020

    How medical device companies use AM for production today part 5: Lazarus 3D

    Welcome to this month’s AM Focus: Medical. For the entire month of February, we are going to zoom in on the many…
    Ceramics Additive Manufacturing
    February 11, 2020

    3DCERAM-SINTO ceramics AM technology used to develop next gen X-ray imaging

    3DCERAM-SINTO‘s advanced ceramics 3D printing technology will be used in the European project H2020 NEXIS to develop the next generation…
    Bioprinting
    February 10, 2020

    CELLINK and the accessibility of bioprinting today

    The medical AM segment is multifaceted, consisting of 3D printed medical devices, anatomical models, prosthetics and more. Within the industry,…
    Medical
    February 10, 2020

    4D printed microneedles offer painless solution for shots

    A team of engineers from Rutgers University – New Brunswick is developing 4D printed needles which could take the pain…
    Medical
    February 10, 2020

    How medical companies use AM for production today, part 4: Johnson & Johnson

    For our AM Focus Medical this month we continue to zoom in on the many possibilities that additive manufacturing is offering today…
    Bioprinting
    February 7, 2020

    T&R Biofab and Ethicon bioprinting soft tissue scaffolds for wound treatment

    Bioprinting company T&R Biofab has announced a new collaboration agreement with Ethicon, Inc., a Johnson & Johnson Medical Device Company.…
    Medical
    February 7, 2020

    How medical companies use AM for production today, part 3: Lima Corporate

    For our AM Focus Medical this month we continue to zoom in on the many possibilities that additive manufacturing is offering today…

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