• Wimba 3D prints orthotic and prosthetic medical devices for dogs. Using an HP Multi Jet Fusion 5210 from ZiggZagg.

    Krakow-based start-up, Wimba, is on track to revolutionize dog care, through the use of an HP Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) 5210 to manufacture individual orthotic and prosthetic medical devices for dogs. Founded in October 2022, Wimba aims to innovate in the field of individual orthopedic supplies by creating 3D products…

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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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  • CollPlant advances 3D bioprinted regenerative breast implants. By initiating a study in large animals for its breast implant program.

    CollPlant, a regenerative and aesthetics medicine company developing innovative technologies and products for tissue regeneration and organ manufacturing, has initiated a study in large animals for its 3D bioprinted regenerative breast implant program – addressing the reported $2.8 billion global breast implant market. “This study is a quantum leap in…

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  • BellaSeno GmbH, an ISO 13485-certified MedTech company developing resorbable chest and breast implant scaffolds using additive manufacturing technologies, began two clinical trials of its products in Australia, which are sponsored by its Australian subsidiary BellaSeno Pty. Already, recruiting has started in Brisbane, Australia. The first trial is expected to enroll…

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  • Acrotec and AddUp partner for the future of MedTech. Developing metal 3D printing technology for implants and instruments.

    Acrotec, one of the largest European medical contract manufacturers, and AddUp, a global metal additive manufacturing OEM, are partnering and combining their expertise – providing an industrial solution for the Medtech industry. Developing metal 3D printing technology for implants and instruments for surgeons and health professionals. Thanks to a reduction…

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  • 3DBio Therapeutics reconstructs human ear using bioprinted living tissue. In partnership with the Microtia-Congenital Ear Deformity Institute.

    3DBio Therapeutics, a clinical-stage regenerative medicine company, and the Microtia-Congenital Ear Deformity Institute have conducted a human ear reconstruction using the AuriNovo implant – an investigational, patient-matched, 3D bioprinted living tissue ear implant. This groundbreaking reconstructive procedure, which is in the first-in-human Phase 1/2a clinical trial, is evaluating the safety…

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  • Hornbill saved using 3D printed biocompatible material. The procedure was a first-of-its-kind restorative surgery.

    Cresent, an Indian hornbill at ZooTampa in Florida, USA, has become the first bird to receive restorative surgery after developing a life-threatening tumor. The tumor was located under Crecent’s casque, without which her sinuses would be left exposed. The surgery saw her casque being replaced using biocompatible 3D printing technology.…

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  • PPprint GmbH, the German specialist for 3D printing with polypropylene (PP) for professional, technical and medical technology applications is announcing its partnership with Ascent Fabrication Inc. This strategic partnership enables US-based 3D printing companies in all industries to order the entire PPprint product portfolio. International shipping costs and extended lead…

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  • COP Chimie is a French SME based in the Vercors region which has been developing materials for the orthopedic equipment industry for over 30 years. The company’s Research and Development laboratory has succeeded in developing a range of 3D printable silicone elastomers certified for skin contact and produced on its…

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  • A Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust patient was the first person in the world to be supplied solely with a fully digital 3D printed prosthetic eye on 25 November 2021. He first tried his eye on 11 November alongside a traditional acrylic prosthetic. By going home on 25 November…

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