Personalized Medicine

  • restor3d implants Kinos Axiom Total Ankle System featuring TIDAL Technology, and launches app for the r3id Personalized Surgery platform.

    restor3d, a leading medical device company that develops technologies and manufactures 3D printed implants and instruments, has successfully implanted the company’s Kinos Axiom Total Ankle System featuring TIDAL Technology, and has launched the mobile companion App for the r3id Personalized Surgery platform. Recently, restor3d merged with Kinos Medical, a specialized…

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  • Croom Medical, a specialist in the design and manufacture of orthopedic joint replacements utilizing cutting-edge additive manufacturing technologies, is introducing a new 3D printed and customized SI Joint Fixation device. The product was precision-engineered using advanced nTopology software and manufactured using Renishaw’s metal laser PBF technology, with the use of…

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  • Prayasta is driving the 3D printed breast implant industry, in India, using Implant-grade Elastomer Additive Manufacturing (iEAM) technology.

    Prayasta, a Bengaluru-based, ‘intellectual property-driven startup’, founded by Shilpi Sen, is revolutionizing the Indian breast implant industry – with 3D printing. More specifically, with Implant-grade Elastomer Additive Manufacturing (iEAM). The ‘deeptech-in-manufacturing’ company is creating breast implants and prostheses that are, according to the company, rupture resistant and fully personalized in…

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  • rms Company acquires 3D Systems' DMP Flex 350 Dual. Adding to the company's portfolio of more than 30 DMP 3D printers.

    rms Company, one of the largest contract manufacturers of high-quality, tight-tolerance medical devices, has added 3D Systems’ DMP Flex 350 Dual to its production workflow. rms has more than 30 3D Systems’ DMP 3D printers in its additive manufacturing facility – enabling the company to provide a complete ‘Powder to…

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  • EPSRC awards more than £6m to the Universities of Nottingham, Cambridge, Reading, and Strathclyde to develop 3D printed medicines.

    According to the University of Nottingham, a new research project has been awarded over £6m to develop a toolkit to allow 3D printed medicines to be manufactured effectively – bringing innovations like biological personalized pills and ‘living plasters’ closer to commercial production. The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)-funded,…

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  • Neutrogena and Nourished 3D print personalized skincare. SKINSTACKS, a daily skin-nutrient gummy, were introduced at CES 2023.

    At CES 2023, Neutrogena announced its most recent collaboration with Nourished – a company pioneering personalized, 3D printed health and wellness supplements, and the future of skincare. The result of this collaboration are the Nourished x Neutrogena Skin360 SKINSTACKS – a daily skin-nutrient gummy with seven printed layers of scientifically-backed…

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  • Fertilis and UpNano improve success of in vitro fertilization (IVF). Allowing for a 30 – 40% reduction of necessary implantation cycles.

    A novel material for 2PP 3D printing is expected to contribute to a noteworthy innovation in the in vitro fertilization (IVF) market. UpFlow, a photopolymerizing material developed by UpNano GmbH, in Austria, allows for the fast and precise 3D printing of micro-environments for a novel type of dynamic cell culture.…

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  • Bond3D enables the printing of personalized PEEK spinal cages. Developed in partnership with Invibio Biomaterial Solutions.

    Bond3D, a company with patented technology that enables the production of functional parts from high-performance polymers, has recently made significant progress in maturing its technology to print high-strength PEEK parts – with comparable properties to PEEK components that are injection molded or machined. The company has now partnered with Invibio Biomaterial…

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  • In the future, the FingerKit project, developed by the Fraunhofer Research Institution for Additive Manufacturing Technologies (IAPT), the Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems (IKTS), the Fraunhofer Institute for Toxicology and Experimental Medicine (ITEM), the Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials IWM, and the Fraunhofer Institute for Digital Medicine…

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  • Over the past few decades, there has been a growing focus in the healthcare industry on achieving better patient outcomes. This emphasis is increasing the popularity of personalized medical devices, which are designed to match the anatomy or physiology of each patient. Examples of personalized medical devices are orthopedic implants…

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