Medical 3D Printers

Experience the transformative power of 3D technology through the achievements that our customers have made in healthcare. Not only do our end-to-end 3D solutions change healthcare outcomes and possibilities – they are transforming lives.

3D Printing is Revolutionizing the Healthcare Industry

Did you know that the DICOM files generated during an MRI or CT scan can be transformed into 3D prints?

Around the globe, doctors are learning 3D software and revolutionizing their learnings.

New innovations in technology mean that doctors can hold true to life models in their hands based on their patient's body. This vastly increases quality of healthcare, lowers cost, decreases recovery time and is pretty cool! 

The Top Uses of 3D Printing in Medical Fields are:

  • Custom-made prosthetics and implants using 3D printing

  • 3D printing of surgical instruments

  • Surgery preparation assisted by the use of 3D printed models

  • Bioprinting tissues and organoids

  • Ending reliance on outside suppliers for equipment

  • Transforming patient CT scans into physical 3D prints

  • Education and Research


Why 3D printing?

Biological shapes are almost impossible to recreate through the human hand and the requirement of personalized healthcare means almost no two humans are exactly the same.


3D printing means that we can achieve scalable personalized healthcare solutions of many types that will be more custom than any tailor.

New software opportunities, medical imaging and printers like the Ultimaker are proving to show the glimmer of a golden age in healthcare. A CT scan generates a DICOM file which can be converted into a 3D printing file and an in-clinic 3D printer can execute a model within minutes.

Hospitals who adopt 3D printing have huge advantages to achieving better health outcomes.

CadBlu is proud to provide 3D technology to the world's finest surgical centers, healthcare clinics, dentists, orthodontists and hospitals around the world. 

ProX 800


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Integrated Printer, Material and Software Solution

The ProX 800 printer gives you one single point of contact for expert application support and daily use of our gold standard Stereolithography 3D printing technology. The very wide spectrum of Accura® materials is developed and customized to our SLA 3D print engines and enable  polypropylene-like, tough/durable, clear, casting, high-temp and composites and specialty materials to meet your application and product requirements.  


Rapidly 3D print prototypes, investment casting patterns, thermoforming molds, and more, and integrate with our software technologies to enable mass-custom manufacturing processes in your production line.

Meet or Exceed Standard Tolerances for Injection-Molded Plastics

Parts are accurate (+/-45 μm) and precise throughout the entire build platform, print after print, machine after machine.  On large parts (up to 650 x 750 x 550 mm (25.6 x 29.5 x 21.65 in)  as well as on smallest parts, features are reproducible down to 0.1 mm or 0.004 in – depending on geometry, orientation and build mode.

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